“The best way to repair or upgrade your sprinkler system without getting soaked.” It’s self-serving chest-thumping, I know. But in thinking about how we go about the relatively simple task of replacing a sprinkler head, we do it so you should NEVER have to address that head again!
Does it cost more? That depends on whether your looking at cost from the initial expense to get the job done or the cost over the life of your system. The answer is probably “yes” and “no.” Yes, it probably will cost you more to have it done right as apposed to just unscrewing one head and screwing another in its place. No, when you consider that you should never ever have to address that head again.
It’s the old “pay me now or pay me later” reply, but if that head has to be repaired again (because your riding lawn mower broke the riser again), you shot yourself in the foot by paying too little.
Here’s the new tag line, “The best way to permanently repair or upgrade your sprinkler system without getting soaked.”
Okay. I feel better now. What do you think?