I ask for Layne because he is prompt, professional,and remembers both me and my system. Layne addresses any leaks and the repairs are done quickly. He is also professional and respectful of the other member of his team ! Thanks!
Layne and his crew are excellent. This coming from a former GC company owner. I love hiring well run contractors. Keep up the great job!
VERY EFFICIENT AND PROFESSIONAL
Layne and his fellow employee really worked hard in the repairs to my sprinkler system. Layne took the time to explain each step in the process and they both worked until after 9:00 PM. It was very impressive. I really appreciate their hard work
A bit pricey, but the service is great
Outstanding service...Layne and Jeffrey were hard working and got the job done right. Even with it pouring down rain they both did a fantastic job fixing my sprinkler system...A++ job!!!
Layne has been working on our sprinkler system for 2 years. He was extremely personable the day I met him. He got our system up and running and continues to do so today. He is always helpful and goes the extra step to make sure everything is right. I recommend Andy’s to everyone and cannot say enough good things about Layne.
Layne and his assistant did a great job. They kept me informed throughout the day of their show time and upon arrival quickly diagnosed and expertly repaired the problem and performed some additional maintenance despite poor weather conditions and all with a professional attitude.
Staff was professional, courteous, knowledgeable and did an excellent job. Probably not the cheapest sprinkler service companies but would rank as one of the best.
Customer called for system check. We found DCA box was full of water from master valve leaking. We found a few heads throughout system that needed to be raised and we changed heads as well. We added a head in the backyard and installed risers to help coverage in the front yard.
Customer called for system check. We found a couple leaks on the front zones but zone 1 tubing is dry rotted and has multiple breaks. Customer will not use zone 1.
Completed general maintenance system check.
Looking into a roof gutter downspout collection system to help move water away an minimize erosion
Customer called for leak. We found a couple heads stopped up and added 1 head on zone 1. We changed 1 rotor and capped off a few lines.
Customer called for zone 1 not working. During system check we found zone 1 to be a bad valve and found a few heads leaking. We suggested to customer to change a couple heads in the front jasmine to 12” heads to get over the jasmine but we will wait another time for them. We changed out leaking heads and bad valve along with adjusted pressure regulator. Pressure regulator may be on its way out but is working okay right now.
Full system check couple minor repairs
Customer called for system check. They only wanted us to focus on the grass areas in zones 1-4. We found multiple broken or missing rotors. We changed about 7 of them and turned system on to find 3 more leaking. We match precipitated all the nozzles and adjusted heads to ensure the whole yard was getting covered.
Customer called for system check. We checked system and found multiple pipe breaks and broken heads. Most heads were old brass heads that we had to cut into pipe to change. We checked system again once we were done to make sure no leaks were left on the system.
Full system check couple minor repairs
System check. We found zone 1 had a cut wire and zone 12 had a pipe break. Everything seemed to have low pressure and we found system was installed off a 1/2” hose Bibb wasn’t enough water for sprinkler system. There is also an illegal backflow device installed and we will be installing a new RPZ which is required on any system with septic on the property.
System check. We repaired multiple broken heads and a 1” mainline leak. We also buried a 3/4” pipe and a 1/2” pipe that had worked its way up tot the surface.
System check. Replaced leaking or broken heads. Changed a couple 6” heads out to help with coverage in front yard.