Commercial Irrigation Company In CT

Your commercial landscape is only as good as your lawn irrigation system. With the ever-increasing cost of water, you want to be sure your biggest water-consuming system is as efficient as possible. That’s where we come in. Maxum Irrigation & Plumbing specializes in irrigation services for all types of landscape. No matter what size your commercial property is, you can trust our team of experts to minimize your water waste so you can maximize your savings. Maxum Irrigation & Plumbing commercial services begin with a Commercial Site Assessment (CSA) where we analyze your property, water usage, effectiveness and efficiency of your existing system and more. With the CSA in hand we come up with a plan minimize the water waste of system while still providing a beautiful and lush landscape.

Our services include consultation, budgeting, design, specification, bidding, and of course installation and service of all lawn and garden sprinkler systems.


As you can imagine, in 20 plus years working in the commercial and residential lawn irrigation industry, our certified technicians have installed and maintained thousands of sprinkler systems. We continue to invest in the latest technology and training while only using best in class products. Throughout the process we provide excellent communication so you know where your irrigation system stands and how soon everything is up and running.

Our team of experienced certified technicians ensure when you turn the sprinkler system on there is no worry of mistakes, leaks, plugs or hassles. Our hard work gives you the peace of mind that the installation process is efficient and your project is an unquestioned success!


A malfunctioning sprinkler system can cause tons of damage and money: a sprinkler that won’t turn on can ruin and brown your landscape and a leaky system can overwater your plants, increase your water bills, and even cause water damage. If you are in need of sprinkler repairs, turn to experts you know you can rely on.

Leaks, broken heads, controller issues, dry patches, and even electrical malfunctions—our techs are trained and equipped to find and fix whatever is disrupting your sprinkler performance.

Full System Irrigation Evaluation

When visiting your property for the first time, we always conduct a thorough evaluation of your irrigation system to ensure your sprinklers and controller are working perfectly. After we complete the evaluation, the irrigation technician will present you with three options of what they recommend for your home’s irrigation.


Common Sprinkler Repair Issues

As long-time sprinkler repair specialists, we’ve successfully repaired nearly every possible sprinkler problem imaginable. Some of the most common residential sprinkler issues include:


Sprinkler Leaks

Your sprinkler system may leak if it becomes very worn over time, or if it is damaged by foot traffic, moving, and other lawn care services. Leaks in your sprinklers can end up wasting water, causing your utility bills to skyrocket. They can result in dramatic pressure loss, causing dry areas on your lawn. Valves will often leak after time as well. We always recommend investing into our service plan as you’ll receive 4 visits per year to check on the valves.


Clogged Sprinkler Head

Over time, dirt and debris can become trapped in the filter and nozzles of your lawn sprinklers. Your irrigation system may be affected by clogged sprinklers if little or no water exits the nozzle while the system is up and running. Your technician can examine your system to determine the areas of clogging before cleaning them out and taking steps to prevent future clogging.


Removed Sprinkler Nozzles

If any of the nozzles from a spray-type sprinkler system become removed from the system due to mowing or general wear and tear, this can decrease the water pressure. Decreased water pressure can mean insufficient lawn coverage, dry patches, and weed and fungus growth. Our sprinkler repair specialists can locate and service the missing nozzle and determine the proper replacement based on the sprinkler type and brand.


Broken Sprinkler Pipes

If you notice bubbling water, a wet area, or a patch of grass that is greener than the rest of your lawn, this may be a sign of a broken pipe. In order to fix a broken pipe, your technician may need to excavate in order to find the pipe area of concern. After exposing, cleaning, and fixing the damage, your technician will help clean up the area to ensure your lawn will return to its original lush, green, and healthy state in as little time as possible.


Wiring Issues

The wiring involved with irrigation systems can be quite complex. Our skilled sprinkler specialists can examine your wiring in order to identify and mend spliced or damaged wires. All technicians have the latest wire tracking equipment to locate valves and breaks the wire. If necessary, your technician can service or replace your transformer, rewire electric solenoid valves, or install low-voltage control wiring.


Broken Sprinkler Timer

When a controller/timer malfunctions, it can become impossible to operate your sprinklers properly. Similarly, if your timer, rain and moisture sensor, or temperature sensor malfunctions, you can end up wasting a lot of water and money. Our experienced technicians can repair and service your current control and sensor systems, or replace the systems entirely with the latest technology.



Backflow can unleash harmful chemicals into your drinking water. Our company technicians can perform an advanced test to find if your sprinkler system is vulnerable to backflow, and repair or upgrade your prevention device to halt backflow and avoid future issues. A properly functioning back flow prevention mechanism is essential to ensuring the drinking and bathing water supplied to your home is safe.

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Wasted Water

Dated sprinkler systems, poor spray patterns, ineffective layouts, and other sprinkler issues can result in wasted water and skyrocketing utility bills. Our certified Landscape Professionals will evaluate your irrigation to find areas that can be improved upon to cut down water use. After the evaluation, your sprinkler technician will suggest actionable solutions that can conserve water and reduce your utility costs, then help you bring those solutions to life.