Service Packages


  • Professional Spring Opening
  • Guaranteed Fall Closing

What all is included in a Spring Opening?

  • Water is to be turned on.
  • Main line is checked for any leaks.
  • Each zone Is turned on and assessed for any leaks, non rotating heads, damaged heads, defective heads as well as nozzle adjustment or replacement. 
  • Valves will be checked for leaks, mal functioning valves as well as stuck mechanisms.
  • The Controller will be programmed accordingly with the times needed.


  • Professional Spring Opening
  • Professional Summer Review
    (Report Provided)
  • Guaranteed Fall Closing

What all is included in a Monthly/ Summer review?

  • Check main line for leaks.
  • Check Zone lines for leaks.
  • Check for stuck valves or non-functioning valves.
  • Check each zone to ensure heads are adequately covering the gardens and turf areas (This includes investigating for damaged or mal functioning heads.) 
  • Review Zone performance as plants mature. Recommend necessary changes to the zone if needed. 
  • Adjust the watering schedule accordingly.


  • Professional Spring Opening
  • Professional Monthly Review
    (Report Provided)
  • Guaranteed Fall Closing

What all is included in a Fall Closing?

  • Shut off the main water supply to the system.
  • Using a high-pressured air compressor, all mainline, zone lines, valves, and irrigation heads are blown put with high pressured air to remove all water in preparation for winter.
  • The computer is turned off and, in some cases, unplugged. 

Irrigation System Repairs

Does your irrigation system have;

  • A broken or non-functioning head? 
  • A head not spraying the way it should be? 
  • A valve that is no longer working?
  • Water bubbling from the ground, caused by a broken line? 

Call Blue Springs Irrigation today to get your system running at its peak performance! 

FAQ: Irrigation Services

Before we begin working on any property, we contact Ontario One Call to ensure all public utilities are located. For any private locates, Our Technicians will ensure to Mark all lines that are underneath the ground within reason. Knowing where all the Power, Cable and Tv, Gas, and Water Lines is crucial before digging into the ground. 

Yes! You will not have to spend another minute of your valuable time watering your lawn. Keep in mind irrigation systems are typically run in the late hours of night, saving valuable water from evaporating, ultimately saving you money. Your new system will do all the watering for you, even when you are away.

Each Irrigation system requires maintenance. Maintenance is important to ensure the system continually runs smoothly. The most important services are the spring turn-on and the fall shutdowns. In the fall, we will blow out all the water in the system to eliminate the risk of freezing pipes over the winter months. Once the spring comes, we will make sure no equipment or parts were damaged over the winter. Finally, we make sure that the system has overlapping coverage and all rotors and spray heads are aimed correctly. 

To professionally maintain your irrigation system, book now to ensure your plan has the comprehensive coverage that is required for Spring, Summer, and Fall Maintenance.

No. different areas (zones) of your property will have different watering requirements, and the system will be set to know which zones require a certain amount of water. 

As each Irrigation system is different, each install can require different times. Most of the systems are completed within a week. Installation times for larger properties may vary depending on conditions such as property size, water pressure/volume, soil conditions and landscaping detail that our technicians will find upon a site visit. 

No, often lawns are much bigger areas in which case we will use different heads for the lawn than the gardens. In the gardens you want to make sure you are correctly and adequately watering the plants, we tailor our systems specifically to each individual situation.

Given the climate that we live in, we experience cold winters with freezing temperatures. To ensure that your system won’t freeze and break over the winter we must winterize it. This process involves using a high-pressure air compressor, clearing all lines, valves, and heads of water.

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