Keep your lawn alive & retic operating
The Water Corporation Winter Sprinkler Watering Ban finished on 31st August. It is now time to ensure your retic system is operating properly, to ensure your lawn and gardens stay alive and green this summer.
After not being used all winter, the retic system can get clogged up with ant’s homes and other debris. It is important to flush the retic system to avoid any blockages.
The Water Corporation provides:
- Make sure you regularly replace back up batteries.
- Check the system is correctly programmed for your watering days.
- Should only water before 9am or after 6pm on your allocated watering days.
How we can help....
Option 1: Retic system check, flush the pipes, battery change, set the controller days/times, report/quote if any further works required. = $90.
Option 2: All of Option 1, plus minor replacements to sprinklers and poly (up to $50 materials value), only if required, and report/quote if any further works required. = Up to $175.
Option 3: All of Option 2, plus pre-approval for any further repairs and replacements (sprinklers, pipework, solenoids, etc), only if required (to avoid the need for a return visit). = Up to maximum $300.
** All prices inclusive of GST, labour and materials. For properties in our primary service area. If Options 2 or 3 are chosen, it will revert to Option 1 pricing if no repairs are required (or if substantial works are required to be quoted).
Landlords, did you know?
The Department of Commerce provides that “The lessor/property manager is responsible for maintenance to any garden reticulation system… unless your tenancy agreement states otherwise.”
Maintaining the reticulation system will help ensure you attract the best tenant for your property. Many tenants simply don’t know how to properly check and maintain a reticulation system.
We Can Also Help With...