How to Replace the Back Flow on a Sprinkler?

Answer Sprinkler back flow valves prevent water flow pushed into the garden from entering the home's irrigation system. Because garden water contains fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, it is unsafe t... Read More »

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How to Replace a Water Sprinkler Valve?

Residential lawn sprinkler systems generally have an electrically controlled valve to turn the water on and off at the command of a timer. However, some systems may have a manual control valve to p... Read More »

How to Replace Toro Sprinkler Heads?

Toro sprinklers help keep lawns and gardens beautiful by satisfying water requirements. They accomplish this task using pop-up and gear-driven sprinkler models. A Toro sprinkler head may need to be... Read More »

How to Replace a Lawn Sprinkler Timer?

Lawn sprinkler timers are the “brain” of your irrigation system. It tells your valves or zones when to turn on and for how long they are to run. Until approximately 15 years ago, mechanical con... Read More »

How to Replace the Ball Valve on a Sprinkler?

Sprinkler vacuum breakers contain two ball valves that control the flow of water from your main water line to the sprinkler manifold. These valves are independent of one another, so replacing a sin... Read More »