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11 May 2020

DIY or hire service? At Sprinkler Master Repair (Omaha, NE) the answer is clear

There are important choices to make sooner rather than later. They’ll have consequences that could last longer than you’d like if you don’t choose carefully. But maybe you don’t recognize that this is a crucial choice. You need to decide if you work on your lawn and your lawn sprinklers all by yourself, or hire some company to service the work for you. What do you choose? What option is best? Who do you trust? The top company in a spur of the moment Google search, or yourself? At Sprinkler Master Repair (Omaha, NE) we know the answer is clear, and you can have similar peace of mind for yourself by calling us at (402) 413-1734. But just to help you out more, we’ll spell it out for you down below.

The DIY Way
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Doing things yourself has been around for a long time, and for a good reason. You might save money in a few cases, and you might learn a valuable lesson on how to fix something occasionally. However, DIY on your lawn and with your sprinklers carries a lot of sacrifice on behalf of your energy and your time. Are you ready for that? A pro and con to doing it yourself is that all the work falls squarely on your shoulders. Some people are ready for it, but to the untrained individual, it can seem like there is more risk than reward. Even in using every last page of Google or YouTube, there can be more question marks raised instead of answers.

Say that you do take on whatever lawn or sprinkler problem you have on your own. Did you also know that there is a whole range of things to do at every time and season of the year to adequately care for your lawn? This article lays things out in great detail so you won’t miss a thing. However, even if you feel like you’ve done all you can for your lawn, there is still more to be done essentially every single day.

Additionally, there are also things you need to do to maintain a healthy lawn! It’s one thing to water it, but lawn care maintenance is an entirely different thing. Here are some recommendations from the University of Nebraska for how to keep your lawn healthy year-round that you won’t want to miss.

At the end of the day, working on your sprinkler system by yourself puts a lot on your plate. There is arguably already too much to do in too little time, and your plate is most likely already full. This is where we come into the picture.

Choosing Sprinkler Master Repair (Omaha, NE)

At Sprinkler Master Repair (Omaha, NE), we understand that time is money. Your free time however, is priceless. The time that you’d need to spend in researching, traveling, buying, fixing, and finishing your DIY project is time that should be spent by doing something you love, and by being with the people that matter most to you. However, there is risk to hiring just anybody or an average joe to work on something as valuable and energy-consuming as your lawn. Who do you trust? How do you know who you hire will do a good job?

Through all those questions, you can trust and count on us for answers.

Over the many years that we’ve been in business, we’ve built a reputation of making trust and transparency in the workplace a number one priority. We live to serve you, the customer — all while offering exceptional service. We also only use the best quality parts at an affordable price. You can count on us and our guarantee of installing the best and repairing the rest!

To put it simply, you do you. But recognize that the easy and most important choice is in choosing Sprinkler Master Repair (Omaha, NE) for all your lawn care and sprinkler needs. We specialize in sprinkler head repair, sprinkler installation, sprinkler winterizing, sprinkler system repair, fixing damaged sprinkler heads, moving sprinkler heads, fixing faulty timers, and everything in between.

As mentioned at the top, Sprinkler Master Repair (Omaha, NE) is just a call away at (402) 413-1734. Call us today, schedule an appointment, and get your time back where it belongs; doing what you love with the people you love.

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03 Oct 2016

Winterize Your Lawnmower in 2 Easy Steps

Winterize Your Lawnmower in 2 Easy Steps.  By: Consumer Reports

When storing your lawnmower for the winter, Consumer Reports’ experts say these two tips are must-dos to ensure your mower will be up and running when you need it in the spring.

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24 Aug 2016

How To Save On The Water Bill By Saving Water!

A lawn sprinkler system makes life much easier and saves us time. A sprinkler system cuts back on the use of water by watering more effectively. However, a broken sprinkler system can waste over 4’000 gallons of water a month. Most sprinkler problems go unnoticed because they run at night and go unseen. Common problems with a lawn sprinkler system is that they are not rising above the grass (not popping up all the way) as well as broken tops and broken pipes below the ground. Sprinklers that do not cover correctly wastewater and can causing lasting damage. Call Sprinkler Master Repair today!

Common problems of sprinklers wasting water:

  • Broken Sprinkler Head
  • Broken or cracked sprinkler pipes
  • Over watering from timer
  • Sunken tilted sprinklers heads
  • Wrong spray pattern
  • Mixed sprinkler heads
  • Sprinkler needs minor adjustment
  • Sprinkler valve or zone won’t turn off

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16 Aug 2016

10 Ways a Great Lawn Will Make Life Better!

Top Advantages of a Beautiful Lawn

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A beautiful, lush, dense lawn has many great advantages. A home with an inviting lawn will welcome you and all of your guests. Here are a few advantages of a well maintained lawn.
Grass Cools Down Your Property
When the heat is on in the summer, grass keeps you cool. Front lawns of just 8 average houses have the same cooling effect as about 70 tons of air conditioning, while the average home-size central air unit has only a 3 – 4 ton capacity. On top of that grass acts as a noise reducer as it effectively absorbs and deflects sound. When combining a beautiful lush lawn with trees, shrubs and other landscaping a lawn can significantly reduce hard unwanted noise.
Enhances the Whole Neighborhood
Lawns can contribute to your sense of well-being. Most people say that the best place to relax is in their own backyard. A green, attractive landscape design goes much further than just relaxation and recreation. For example when the city installs landscaping and grass parks to enhance the area, people start taking pride in their surroundings and raise the bar of their own property maintenance. As well as, when I have a neighbor with a well-kept lawn, it encourages the rest of the neighbors to do a better job and in return the whole neighborhood benefits.
Easier to Sell Your Home
An attractive landscape can make or break a home sale. Landscaping can add tens of thousands of dollars to the value of your property. In fact, it is one of the few home improvements you can make that not only adds value immediately, but also increases in value as the years go by; while interior decor and design concepts regularly go out of style and mechanical systems wear out, plants grow fuller and more robust as the years go by. The home’s value is added at an advantage ranged from 5.5 percent to 12.7 percent. That translates into an extra $16,500 to $38,100 in value on a $300,000 home. A beautiful landscape design and healthy lawn is a good indication that they’ve taken care of the inside of the house as well and that the home is worth a premium price.
Grass Is A Pollution Fighter!
In one year the blades and roots of grass in an acre of healthy grass absorbs hundreds of pounds of pollutants from the air and rainfall. Among them are sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, hydrogen, fluoride, nitrates and other gases blamed for acid rain and the greenhouse effect.
Grass Produces Oxygen
Grass plants remove co2 from the air and produce o2 in return. Just 625 square feet of grass supplies all the oxygen a person needs for one day. A 5000 square foot lawn produces enough oxygen for 8 people each day. In comparison, it takes two 100-foot trees to provide the same amount of oxygen for 8 people.
Grass Saves Soil!
A green lush lawn stabilizes the soil against water and wind. Lawns prevent runoff and erosion of our valuable topsoil, keeping additional phosphorus from entering our streams and rivers. A healthy lawn also traps much of the estimated 12 million tons of dust and dirt released into the US atmosphere annually.
Grass Has Better Rain Absorption
Healthy, dense lawns absorb rainfall 6 times more effectively than a wheat field, four times better than a hay field, and prevent runoff and erosion of our precious topsoil, keeping additional phosphorus from entering our streams and rivers. A healthy lawn also traps much of the estimated 12 million tons of dust and dirt released into the US atmosphere annually.
Grass is Mother Nature’s Carpet
Nature surrounds us, make yours stunning! Grass is used for recreation from family picnics to soccer to football to any other sport played on grass, grass is essential. It acts as a pad to reduce injuries that might have happened. A dense lawn is a far safer playground and playing field than nearly any other surface.
Hospitalized Patients Have A Faster Recovery
When the patient’s room viewed a beautiful landscaped area compared to patients with non-landscaped views a faster recovery has been observed in hospitals.
Grass Helps Fight Wildfires
With the weather heating up, wildfires are more prone to spreading. Help protect yourself with a lush green lawn. Grass is known to have a low fuel value which can actually help act as a buffer around your property in case of fire hazards.

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