1. Sprinkler Valves: Keeping Them Healthy

    The valves are the absolute most important part of your sprinkler system. Because they affect every other part of the system, it is very important that you ensure your valves are in tip top shape. Luckily this is fairly easy if you know what you are doing. The most common reason valves become broken is because people do not properly winterize their sprinkler system. Water freezes inside the sprink…Read More

  2. Spring Sprinkler Tune Ups and Maintenance

    If you have a sprinkler system in your yard that you are about to begin to use, there is a chance you could run into some issues. First of all, despite all the precautions you may have taken in the fall to ensure that your sprinkler system made it through the winter, you may still need repairs made. Secondly, whether you have been told or not, it is actually recommended that you have someone come …Read More

  3. Let’s Talk Irrigation

    Chances are you already have a basic understanding of what irrigation is.  However, the more you are educated on this matter, the more likely it is that your yard will be in the best shape possible all year long. That is why we are taking some time to give you some information on irrigation that you otherwise may not have known. So let’s start at the very beginning… The Egyptians used irrigat…Read More

  4. Make Sure Your Sprinkler System Is Working Properly This Spring

    Now that spring has arrived, you may be getting excited to once again have a lush green lawn. The first step to making this happen is to get your sprinkler system turned on and working again. You obviously know this requires you to have your sprinkler system recharged so that there is water running through the pipes again. However, what you may not know, is what you should be inspecting as far as …Read More

  5. So You Forgot To Get A Sprinkler Blowout…

    It’s almost December and you still haven’t winterized your sprinkler system. If you are living in New Jersey this could mean bad news for you. After all, temperatures have been getting lower and lower every week, especially at night. If you aren’t really sure what to expect now that colder weather is threatening to freeze your pipes, we thought we could give you a little more information reg…Read More

  6. Keep Off The Grass This Winter!

    With winter finally right around the corner you may think you are completely done with lawn care until spring rolls around. Although you are right in most regards, there are still some things you can do throughout the winter to ensure that you grass comes in lush and green when the warm weather comes around again. First of all, you should remove anything and everything that is currently on your gr…Read More

  7. There Is Still More To Do This Fall Where Your Lawn Is Concerned

    We really hate to do this to you but there are a few more things you should know about taking care of your lawn this fall in order to ensure it thrives next spring. We’ve already disclosed to you that reseeding in the fall can be extremely beneficial to you and your grass. However, there was one small detail we forgot to include: your grass seed needs to be good grass seed. Sure, it can be very …Read More

  8. Moving Past a Summer Season That Had A Little Bit Of Everything

    If you managed to keep your lawn in perfect condition this summer then we commend you! For most people this was a difficult summer for lawns as concerns about nearly everything that could negatively affect grass were plaguing people all over the country. From drought to rain to crabgrass, fungus and insect damage, your yard has most likely been through the ringer since the spring season came aroun…Read More

  9. Fall Lawn Care Tips That Count

    Fall is the perfect season to spend some quality time in your yard. Now that the unbearably hot days of summer have passed, you can actually get something done in your lawn without having to worry about sunburns or getting dehydrated. Thank goodness! Contrary to popular belief, lawn care is something that must be prioritized all year long. Fall is the best time of year to prep your yard for a long…Read More

  10. What is a Sprinkler Blowout?

    We get our fair share of snow and ice in New Jersey. These are weather conditions that your sprinkler systems honestly stands no chance against. This is why each year before the first frost hits, you have to prepare your irrigation system. This is known as a “sprinkler blowout”. When A&C Sprinklers LLC comes to winterize your irrigation system there are a few things we will do. First the v…Read More