Irrigation

Season Start Up - April to May

After a long, cold winter, it can be very damaging to your irrigation system to simply turn it on. It is possible for a novice to cause significant damage to a system by refilling the pipes incorrectly. Doing so may cause a surge of pressure that can burst fittings, cause eruptions in your lawn and even cause a system to fail.

Our sprinkler system start up services prepare your in-ground sprinklers for the season the right way and ensure that they will be in tip-top shape throughout the warm weather months. By identifying and fixing any issues at the beginning of the season, you can avoid problems pertaining to wasted water or dry, neglected areas of your property.

Our Spring Start-up Service Includes:

  • Refilling the system with water

  • Evaluate water pressure

  • Operating each zone from the irrigation controller

  • Checking each sprinkler head for operation and coverage

  • Visually checking for broken risers and underground leaks

  • Setting controller for the upcoming watering season

  • Verifying sensor operation (where applicable)

Contact our office to schedule your spring start-up today!

Typically advised not to start up your system until Early May when weather levels to above freezing temps.


New System Installations

Irrigation Systems Design

Residential Irrigation or Sprinkler Systems Installation

Commercial Irrigation or Sprinkler Systems Installation

Industrial Irrigation or Sprinkler Systems Installation

Drip Irrigation for Potted Plants, Gardens, Shrubs & Flowers

Repairs & Adjustments

If you’re having problems with your existing system we can solve them. P5's experience has seen almost every problem in the book and have years of experience handling outdated and damaged irrigation systems. Our goal during repairs is to make your system run efficiently as possible while keeping your budget in mind. We never try to sell you what you don’t need. With P5, you can rest assured that your irrigation system repairs will be made in a timely and cost effective manner.

Winterization of Systems - October to November

System Shut-Off Includes:

  • Applying each zone with compressed air so it is ready for an Michigan winter season

  • If applicable back-flow device is blown out

  • Ensuring all program controllers are shut down for the winter season