Denver Sprinkler Repairs and Blowout – Prompt arrival and professional service
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Schedule your sprinkler winterization below by booking through our online scheduling system (see below) – Denver sprinkler blowout service – Serving most of metro Denver and Highlands, Lowry, Stapleton, Northfield and Beeler Park.
We provide sprinkler blowout and winterization for Stapleton and Lowry on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday’s so please use this site to schedule below. When you are looking for “sprinkler blowout near me”, look no further!
Not finding an available time slot for a sprinkler blowout? If it’s not going to get below say 27 or so for more than an hour or two, you can always cover the exposed (above ground pipes with a blanket and trash bag which will help delay the formation of ice inside of the exposed pipes.
What can you do if a freeze warning is issued and you find that there are no available sprinkler blowout appointments for the next few days? You can send me a text message and I will try to accommodate you as best I can. Voice-mail is inefficient at best – if I can answer, I will. If I do not, it probably means I’m beyond capacity – thank you for your understanding!
I may drain the supply side pipes (if there is a drain plug available – if this is missing, I’ll let you know and recommend what should be changed or added so that your pipes will stay intact). I’m able to hook into most non-standard setups as well as I have a variety of fittings to get the water out of your sprinkler system.
What to do if you cannot get your sprinkler blown out before a hard freeze?
The Vacuum Breaker device must be protected from freezing.
Thermal water expansion and/or water hammer downstream of the backflow preventer can cause excessive pressure increases. Excessive pressure situations should be eliminated to avoid possible damage to the system and device.
To drain the backflow prevention assembly for protection against freezing, use the following procedures:
CFM: Cubic Feet per Minute – this is important with regard to the sprinkler winterization & blowout process. Insufficient CFM can result in poorly winterized systems and will take much longer = more heat on internal parts. Don’t allow someone to increase the PSI (Pressure per Square Inch) as you could sustain damage to numerous parts if they exceed the safe levels. So, in order to help you understand the difference between CFM and PSI, CFM refers to volume of air where PSI is the pressure. We need to apply sufficient volume of air to displace the volume of water that rests inside the sprinkler manifold, pipes and sprinkler heads.