Sprinkler System Inspection
Kansas City’s Sprinkler System Inspection
Having an irrigation system for your new home can allow you to have one of the most beautiful lawns and landscape on the block. It is another component of the home that you should consider having inspected before purchasing. InspectorNick.com is Kansas City’s sprinkler system inspection team.
Certified Irrigation Technician
We have a Certified Irrigation Technician with over 30 years of experience that can inspect the system for correct and efficient operation. We will thoroughly inspect all components of the sprinkler system and provide education on the system operation to you and your family.
Complete Run Through
Our Sprinkler System Inspection in Kansas City will also determine if a rain sensor is present and functional. The technician will then do a complete system run through, running every zone individually, and answering the following questions:
⋅How many sprinkler heads are in each zone?
⋅What are the make and model of the heads and rotors?
⋅Is there any damage to any of heads or rotors?
⋅Is the water coverage sufficient for the area?
⋅Are any nozzles clogged?
⋅Are any heads or rotors leaking?
⋅Have any heads sunk due to ground settling?
The final step in inspecting your irrigation system in Kansas City is to look at the turf.
The technician is looking for dry or brown spots in the yard, which could indicate insufficient coverage. Any water pooling could indicate over saturation, which could indicate an underground leak or grading concern. A complete written inspection report will be provided by our technician, and will be available with our home inspection report. Consider a sprinkler system inspection as part of your home buying process in Kansas City to ensure an efficient water system that keeps your lawn and landscape beautiful and completely stress free.
We are here for you to make the process easy.
Our team of inspectors is here to help. Transparency, guidance, and education is our goal during the home inspection. We will help ensure the home you are purchasing is safe for your family and will not cause major or expensive problems in the future.