Irrigation

Irrigation repair logoYour Las Vegas irrigation system is the key to the life of your grass and your plants that decorate your property.

When the irrigation system gets old or has been installed improperly, repairs can become expensive (not to mention your water ball). That’s why we offer a complete evaluation of your irrigation system for the great price of only $70.

For only $70 we visit your property to evaluate your system and explain to you why you are having issues or what the reasons for the high water bill are, how we propose to fix it — including the different levels of pricing.

At the same time can evaluate the entire landscape – if you want.

The competition will charge you $40 for the call and $40 for the first 30 minutes plus any parts needed for the same service. A plumber will charge you even more.  But neither one of them will (be able to) look at the whole property or give you suggestions on how to avoid problems in the future.

Sooner or later every Las Vegas or Henderson homeowner will experience a high water bill and need repairs to the irrigation system — it’s inevitable. But Las Vegas sprinkler repair doesn’t have to get very expensive — if you choose the right company for the repairs.

If you are a current maintenance customer we will waive the $60 fee and will do any repairs necessary during your regular service — completely FREE of charge.

All other companies like to charge extra, extra and some more extras. It is our goal not to gouge you – therefore keeping more dollars in your pocket while still delivering the best landscaping service in Vegas!

Compare Cacti’s pricing to an average Las Vegas plumber’s price for irrigation, drip system, sprinkler and/or outdoor plumbing repairs

Modern residential irrigation systems are complex. When something breaks down in your home system, it can be difficult to track down the problem and correct it before it causes a huge water bill. Cacti Landscapes has you covered. Our trained specialists will examine your automatic system from top to bottom to locate and correct the issue. Irrigation leaks in Southern Nevada can’t hide from us.

Below is a list of the common components of most automatic home irrigation systems. Each item should be properly inspected to ensure it’s working properly and detect any leaks.

  1. Water Supply: This is the source from which water is supplied to your home, including your irrigation system. For most homes in Southern Nevada is is the local municipal water system, the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
  2. Supply Line: This is the main irrigation line that moves water from municipal supply into your home. It runs underground in the front yard of most Las Vegas homes.
  3. Water Meter: This meter measures your water usage in gallons.
  4. Cut Off Valve: This valve allows the water supply to your entire house to be shut off.
  5. Irrigation Line: This water pipe branches off to supply water to your irrigation system.
  6. Irrigation Shut Off Valve: This cut off valve allows you to stop the flow of water to your irrigation system while keeping the water on for the rest of your house.
  7. Irrigation Valves: Depending on the size of your property and the diversity of your landscaping, your irrigation system may be divided into zones or stations each with a dedicated valve. Organizing your irrigation system into zones allows you to optimize the watering schedule for your landscaping.
  8. Backflow Preventer: Since water in the irrigation system can become contaminated, it is important to stop it flowing back into the house water system. The backflow preventing stops water from moving from the irrigation and back into the rest of house and into drinking water.
  9. PVC: Water will travel from the irrigation valves and out into your yard through pipes most commonly made out of PVC.
  10. Sprinklers: The final stop for the flow of water, the sprinkler heads spray the water onto your lawn and other plants. Sprinklers come in a variety of sizes and types for different water distribution.
  11. Irrigation System Controller: Nearly all modern irrigation systems are managed electronically through a control panel. Using the controller, you can set your system to automatically irrigate your property on a timed schedule.

Hot dry summers and sudden winter freezes will wear out and damage your irrigation system. Valves, PVC piping, sprinkler heads and other components can break and crack, leaking water into your yard and causing problems with your system. Leaks and other issues with your irrigation system can cause damage to your lawn, plants, and property. Contact Cacti Landscapes today to make sure every pipe and valve of your home irrigation system is in perfect working order.