Mr. Sprinkler Repair specializes in residential and commercial sprinkler systems, and no matter the season, we provide maintenance for your lawn irrigation system. Our trained and licensed technicians are ready to professionally address your sprinkler issues. Our work speaks for itself.
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You return home one evening from catching a game at the Toyota Stadium to find a small lake in the middle of your lawn – apparently your sprinkler system has a huge leak or some fixture has broken. Don’t panic… simply turn off the water to the system and call your local Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair.
Offering service that is unmatched in the industry, it is our passion to render quality service by tackling those troublesome sprinkler and irrigation issues for you.
In addition to our sprinkler repair services, we also specialize in sprinkler system tune-ups, sprinkler system maintenance, sprinkler system reroutes or area additions, rain/freeze climate sensor additions, and much more! Some additional services include:
▪Sprinkler control box replacement and repair
▪Fix or replace broken or leaking sprinkler heads or valves
▪Clean and repair clogged nozzles
▪Replace and repair damaged or faulty wires
▪Repair or replace broken pipes
▪Cap off sprinkler heads as needed
▪Adjust poor spray patterns to prevent wasted water
If you have a sprinkler system problem, our skilled irrigation specialists can either fix or replace it. We only use quality products for our sprinkler system repairs, ensuring your satisfaction.
Better Residential Sprinkler Repair
Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair has offered superb residential sprinkler repair services.
Every homeowner who invested in a sprinkler system, knows the value to health and beauty of their yard. They also know eventually repairs are required as well. Equipment ages, breaks, leaks form from cracks in piping, or how easy it is to cut the grass and clip a sprinkler head.
Our full crew is ready and waiting to tackle any sprinkler repair you may present. As our technicians are equipped with the latest tools and training, we make repairs look easy. One call to Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair and your landscape will be fixed to flourish!
Pecan Acres Commercial Sprinkler Repair
Every business owner knows any commercial property with a pristine landscape, sets the first impression of customer or future tenant alike.
Any number of simple maintenance issues could jeopardize that first good impression. But a call to Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair will set us in motion, to fix that wayward sprinkler system, and restore your lawn to lustrous health. First impressions are simple to ensure, so hard to repair.
To Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair, your local business is our local business, so let us ensure your property’s sprinkler system is functioning correctly. (Call us to fix the problem while we suggest you take a break at our town’s treasure Toyota Stadium to catch an exciting game, or plan an outing at the Museum and learn )
The Highest Service
Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair promotes its business on providing premium sprinkler repair throughout the Pecan Acres area for homeowners and commercial property owners. Our reputation precedes us for being passionate at delivering high-quality service, taking that extra step to prevent potential problems, and all at affordable pricing. Scheduling a licenced technician is easy and our team works efficiently to resolve your problem as timely as possible.
Typical Irrigation Problems in Pecan Acres:
▪Sprinkler spray heads are set down, not spraying above the grassline.
▪Sprinkler spray heads are spraying areas that don’t need water.
▪Zone valves are leaking or not closing properly, leaving water build-up around the spray heads or rotor heads.
▪Zone valves that are old and don’t turn on or don’t shut off.
▪Controller box or timer does not work properly because of poor wiring, a bad battery, or faulty zone valve.
▪PVC pipes cracking or bursting underground.
If you suspect a leak or some other issue, call us right away. We will come inspect your system, locate the source of the problem, and fix it quickly. Put our specialists at Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair to work for you, and get the resolution done the right way.
Pecan Acres Drainage System Installation
Landscape Drainage Repairs And Lawn Drainage Systems
Drainage appears simple at first, but in most cases, a DIY project is not recommended. A professionally installed drainage system carries many advantages due to our experience in the business. Heavy or extended rainfall can easily lead to flooding, possibly endangering your home’s foundation, creating areas of standing water, or soil erosion.
Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair specializes in designing or correcting drainage systems, to help homeowners prevent flooding and water damage to lawn and home. Only an experienced technician should design and install a drainage system.
A professionally designed drainage system provides the following advantages:
▪Prevents soil erosion in and around your home’s foundation
▪Prevents standing water which causes slippery surfaces
▪Prevents mosquito infestation
▪Protects plants and trees, helping them thrive
▪Prevents your landscape from drowning
At Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair, we consider every part and piece of the system, working as a whole, to give you a functioning drainage system based on science. With that approach, we can correct any drainage issue you may have.
No matter the style or type of drain, or some combination, we can determine the problem, discuss the best solutions, and professionally install your yard drainage system.
We will provide you with a detailed explanation of your drainage problem, along with a estimate, so that you know exactly what we will be implementing, and the cost involved.
▪Channel Drains and Grates
▪Yard Drainage Systems
▪Premium Drainage Systems
Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair is completely upfront about pricing. For our drainage services, we will provide you with a quote and ensure you understand our pricing structure. We are all Pecan Acres based businesses, and we believe in being honest with our community!
Pecan Acres Landscape & Lawn Lighting
Outdoor Lighting for Beauty and Safety
When you spend time in the yard, you will need adequate outdoor lighting to illuminate and enjoy your landscape. If you are entertaining family and friends in the evening, then exquisite lighting is preferred.
Whether you’re relaxing outside on your patio, around a pool, in a garden or you want to spotlight your favorite trees, shrubs, or unique landscaping, the right outdoor lighting can make all the difference, by adding to or accenting the beauty of your home.
A deck or patio need not be neglected after dark with outdoor lighting. After a long day at work, the soft ambiance of light on a deck, patio or pool is rather relaxing, wouldn’t you agree? Be sure to install LED yard lighting, which is less likely to attract mosquitoes than incandescent lights.
From the home entrance to the sides and the backyard, adequate lighting for safety and security is a must in this day and age. Since evenings are prime time for summer entertaining, lighting is an essential safety measure, so guests can avoid potential dangers such as stairs, walkways, pools, and other tripping hazards. Simply stated, lights provide a safer outdoor living area. A well-lit exterior is a psychological deterrent to burglars and that bad element alike. Again, lights provide a safer outdoor living experience.
And finally, outdoor lighting enhances the appeal, beauty, and value of your home. Everyone notices a house accented in elegant light, come nighttime. It renders the home like a piece of art, don’t you think?
Remember the Benefits of Lighting:
▪Improved value of the property
▪Improves outside living
Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair will start the process by walking the property with you, detailing all the landscape features and areas that need proper lighting. Our estimate is free and we have a variety of high quality lighting fixtures to choose from. Rest assured, our professional team of technicians are trained in the product specifications for all of the fixtures we supply, including all electrical installation techniques. As such, we adhere to all the safety compliance standards for both residential and commercial lighting design. Once installed, we offer Service Checkups to ensure everything is working correctly.
Regardless of the purpose, there are multiple positive benefits to having outdoor lighting. From implementing safety and security to adding style and beauty, outdoor lighting offers both aesthetic and functional benefits to your home. Call our lighting design experts, and we’ll meet with you to determine which outdoor lighting products will best meet your needs and help transform your yard into a beautiful, secure place.
Remember Pecan Acres Sprinkler Repair…
1) Reference TCEQ rules and regulations applicable to landscape irrigation. 2) Recognize the responsibility of irrigators, irrigation technicians, and irrigation inspectors. 3) Understand the consequences of criminal convictions.
It is important that the licensed irrigator is familiar with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) rules and regulations for occupational licensing and installation of landscape irrigation systems. Irrigators, irrigation technicians, and irrigation inspectors have the obligation to abide by current rules and regulations.
For current TCEQ rules and regulations visit: http://www.tceq.texas.gov/rules/indxpdf.html. For any questions concerning current rules and regulations contact the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality at (512) 239-1000.
Occupations Code, Chapter 1903 establishes that the TCEQ has the regulatory authority to require occupational licenses under Texas Water Code, Chapter 37 for irrigators, identifies who is exempt from license requirements, establishes basic rules for the commission, and provides for an Irrigator Advisory Council.
Occupations Code, Chapter 1903, Title 12, Subchapter A. General Provisions
Section 1903.001. Definitions.
(1) “Commission” means the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
(2) “Council” means the Texas Irrigator Advisory Council. (3) “Executive Director” means the executive director of the commission.
(4) “Irrigation system” means an assembly of component parts permanently installed for the controlled distribution and conservation of water to irrigate landscape vegetation, reduce dust, or control erosion. The term does not include a system used on or by an agricultural operation as defined by Section 251.002, Agricultural Code.
(5) “Person” means an individual.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003 Amended by acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch 1276, Sec. 14A.434(a), effective September 1, 2003
Providing appropriate definitions of the terms used in the rules and regulations provides understanding and avoids confusion.
Section 1903.002. Exemptions.
(a) In this section, “property owners’ association” has the meaning assigned by Section 202.001, Property Code.
(b) The licensure requirements in this chapter do not apply to a person who is:
(1) licensed by the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners; or
(2) a licensed engineer, registered architect, or registered landscape architect to the extent the person’s acts are incidental to the pursuit of the person’s profession.
(c) The licensing requirements of this chapter do not apply to:
(1) irrigation or yard sprinkler work performed by a property owner in a building or on a premises owned or occupied by the person as the person’s home;
(2) irrigation or yard sprinkler repair work, other than extension of an existing irrigation or yard sprinkler system or installation of a replacement system, that is:
(A) performed by a maintenance person who does not act as an irrigator or engage in yard sprinkler construction or maintenance for the pubic; and (B) incidental to and on-premises owned by the business in which the person is regularly employed or engaged;
(3) irrigation or yard sprinkler work performed:
(A) by a regular employee of a railroad who does not act as an irrigator or engage in yard sprinkler construction or maintenance for the public; and
(B) on the premises or equipment of the railroad;
(4) irrigation or yard sprinkler work performed on public property by a person who is regularly employed by a political subdivision of this state;
(5) irrigation or yard sprinkler work performed by an agriculturist, agronomist, horticulturist, forester, gardener, contract gardener, garden or lawn caretaker, nurseryman, or grader or cultivator of land on land owned by the person;
(6) irrigation or yard sprinkler work performed by a member of a property owners’ association on real property owned by the association or in common by the association’s members if the irrigation or yard sprinkler system water real property that:
(A) is less than one-half acre in size; and
(B) is used for aesthetic or recreational purposes;
(7) irrigation or yard sprinkler work performed by a person using a garden hose, hose sprinkler, hose-end product, or agricultural irrigation system;
(8) activities involving a commercial agricultural irrigation system
(9) a person who assists in the installation, maintenance, alteration, repair, or service of an irrigation system under the direct supervision of an individual described by Subchapter F of this chapter who is licensed under Chapter 37, Water Code; or
(10) an owner of a business that employs an individual described by Subchapter F of this chapter who is licensed under Chapter 37, water Code, to supervise the business’s sale, design, consultation, installation, maintenance, alteration, repair, and service of irrigation systems.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., Ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., Ch. 1276, Sec. 14A.435(a), effective September 1, 2003 Discussion: Section 1903.002 defines the entities that are not required to obtain an occupational irrigator license to perform landscape irrigation work in Texas.
Subchapter B. Commission Powers and Duties
Section 1903.053. Standards.
(a) the commission shall adopt by rule and enforce standards governing:
(1) the connection of irrigation systems to any water supply;
(2) the design, installation, and operation of irrigation systems;
(3) water conservation; and
(4) the duties and responsibilities of licensed irrigators.
(b) The commission may not require or prohibit the use of any irrigation system, component part, or equipment of any particular brand or manufacturer.
(c) In adopting standards under this section, the commission shall consult the council.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., Ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., Ch. 1276, Sec. 14A.436(a), effective September 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. 1352 (H.B. 4), Sec. 13, effective June 15, 2007. Amended by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. 1430 (S.B. 3), Sec. 2.34, effective September 1, 2007.
Section 1903.053 defines the standards governing irrigators. The commission may not require or prohibit the use of any particular brand or manufacturer, and requires the commission consult with the council in adopting standards under this section.
Subchapter D. Irrigator Advisory Council
Section 1903.151. Council Membership.
(a) The Irrigator Advisory Council consists of nine members appointed by the commission as follows:
(1) six members who are irrigators, residents of this state, experienced in the irrigation business, and familiar with irrigation methods and techniques; and
(2) three public members.
(b) Appointments to the council shall be made without regard to the race, creed, sex, religion, or national origin of the appointee.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., Ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., Ch. 1276, Sec. 14A.438(a), effective September 1, 2003.
Discussion: Section 1903.151 describes who will be the members of the council and their qualifications without discrimination toward the appointee.
Section 1903.152. Eligibility Of Public Members.
(a) A person is not eligible for appointment as a public member of the council if the person or the person’s spouse:
(1) is licensed by an occupational regulatory agency in the field of irrigation; or
(2) is employed by, participates in the management of, or has, other than as a consumer, a financial interest in a business entity or other organization related to the field of irrigation.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., Ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., Ch. 1276, Sec. 14A.438(b), effective September 1, 2003.
Discussion: Section 1903.152 establishes the eligibility requirements of council members.
Section 1903.155. Presiding Officer.
The council shall elect a presiding officer.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., Ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., Ch. 1276, Sec. 14A.438(b), effective September 1, 2003.
Discussion: Section 1903.155 establishes that the council has a leader or presiding officer.
Section 1903.157. Meetings.
The council shall hold meetings at the call of the commission or presiding officer.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., Ch. 1421, Sec. 4, effective June 1, 2003. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., 1276, Sec. 14A.438(c), effective September 1, 2003.
Discussion: Section 1903.157 establishes when the council shall hold meetings.