Although it may seem tricky, winterizing your sprinkler system does not have to be a difficult task. With just a few simple materials and some expertise, you can get the job done without an air compressor. To make sure your system is prepared for the colder months, here are the steps to take:
To shut off the sprinkler system, the main water valve must be closed off.
To ensure that the sprinkler system is completely drained of water, all of its heads must be opened and the liquid fully released.
After the water is released from the system, be sure to seal the sprinkler heads.
Detach the hoses from the sprinkler nozzles to complete the process.
Making sure to tilt the hoses upside down, allow all the water present to run out until nothing remains.
To ensure the longevity of your hoses, store them in a secure location.
Don’t let your sprinkler heads worry about the winter’s chill! Shield them from the cold by draping them in a protective cover. That way, they won’t be at risk of freezing and cracking.
Following the steps outlined, your sprinkler system is now insulated from the icy bite of winter. Your careful preparation will keep it safe during the frigid months ahead.
Post time: 2023-06-21
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