Sprinkler Repair & Installation in Canoga Park, CA
Keeping your lawn looking green and healthy can be a lot of hard work, especially if your sprinkler system isn’t working! The good news is that Chuck’s Landscaping is just a phone call away! Charles “Chuck” Munford and his team are all trained professionals, with years of experience repairing or replacing sprinkler systems. Call us any time for a quick bid on sprinkler repair in Canoga Park, an on-site estimate for a new sprinkler system, and more.
When it comes to new sprinkler system installations, we try our best to cater to our client’s needs, doing whatever we can to ensure that the finished project is exactly what they had in mind. Our experience will help you avoid costly mistakes like poor zoning, excess runoff, water pressure issues, and neglecting other planned changes to your yard.
Additionally, we work to keep each project as simple, affordable and as quality as possible, relying on industry-leading equipment from brands like Rainbird, Hunter, and Toro. Lastly, we will show you exactly how to operate your sprinkler controller, configure the initial settings, and ensure that your new system will keep your yard lush while following all local watering ordinances.
After years of fixing broken or leaking sprinkler heads, adjusting controller settings to improve efficiency, or upgrading existing systems, we think it’s safe to say that our team can handle any sprinkler repair in Canoga Park. Our technicians are fully equipped to tackle:
- Sprinkler heads & water lines
- Wiring and valves
- Leaks & drainage
- Conventional & smart controllers
- Environmental sensors
- General maintenance and seasonal inspections
- Efficiency upgrades
- And more
We proudly install the latest in smart controllers. Upgrading your controller improves your system’s efficiency, and helps to reduce the amount of runoff and overwatering to your lawn. Smart sprinkler controllers by leading manufacturers, such as Rachio, allow homeowners to remotely access and control their system while monitoring usage. They can also sync with local weather data to avoid watering when your lawn is dormant or when bad weather is on the way.
If news of climate change has you worried about your own carbon footprint, you should start thinking about switching your lawn to a drip irrigation system. Drip Irrigation systems work by assigning each plant a certain amount of water that drips directly onto its roots, drastically lowering the amount of water used by your lawn in the process. We often install drip irrigation systems to cover specific kinds of plants, such as potted plants, non-native plants, and plants with wildly different watering needs than the rest of your yard.
- New Sprinkler System Installations
- Sprinkler System Repairs/Replacements
- Drip Irrigation Installation/Maintenance
- Smart Controller Setup
- Sprinkler Automation