Lawn Sprinklers Promote Your Business
Lawn Sprinklers
Cost Report
  More Services

Will my lawnmower damage the sprinkler heads in my lawn?

It depends on the type of sprinkler
Not sure
Next Question
Question: Will my lawnmower damage the sprinkler heads in my lawn?
Top Answer (55% of 65 votes): No.

Answer: No
Explanation: as long as it installed at the right height
Turning Point Landscape Services
Answer: No
Explanation: If the sprinklers are installed correctly they should not ever be in conflict with routine lawn mowing or other lawn cultural practices
Berkshire Gardens Turf Services Inc
Answer: No
Explanation: If the irrigation system has been installed properly, the sprinkler heads will rest below the grass line which allows the lawn mower blades to pass over the heads.
DIAMONDBACK Service Management
Answer: It depends on the type of sprinkler
Explanation: Pop up sprinkler heads have gotten much more popular, and they're fairly hard to take out with a lawnmower.
All Star Clean Up
Answer: No
Explanation: if qualified company does the work
oasis well drilling & irrigation
Answer: No
Explanation: Generally mowers do not damage sprinkler heads. However, if the head does not retract or the mower is a heavy riding mower damage can occur.
Answer: No
Explanation: All sprinkler heads should not be damaged if correctly installed ( top of sprinkler head level with the dirt )and with flexible "funny" pipe to prevent damage to pvc pipe when any weight is applied to sprinkler head .
Carroll Landscape & Irrigation
Answer: It depends on the type of sprinkler
Explanation: Proper maintenance will prevent spray heads that stay "up"
My Sprinkler Medic
Answer: Yes
Explanation: Yes they well if the lawnmower is not set to the proper height.
Land Tech Landscapes
Answer: It depends on the type of sprinkler
Explanation: Use adjustable, resizable sprinkler risers.
RB Home Solutions
Answer: No
Explanation: If installed correctly sprinkler heads should sit, just below or at grade level. Typically you are cutting the grass at a setting of 3-4 inches, so the heads should be safe below the lawn mower. You can roll your lawn mower right over the top.
Colorado Sprinkler Service LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: Sprinkler heads are designed so they are not damaged by lawn mowers, even larger commercial riders will not damage them.
Answer: It depends on the type of sprinkler
Explanation: Yes, This is possible but not common. Depending on if your heads are placed to high, this may be an issue. Your irrigation specialist should confirm that your heads are placed at the proper height to avoid damage while still effectively watering your lawn.
Premier Lawn Care
Answer: No
Explanation: Pending your not using a large tractor you shouldn't have any problems.
BlueMark Water
Answer: No
Explanation: If they are installed properly it won't hurt them.
Property Enhancements, LLC
Answer: Yes
Explanation: Yes, if the heads are installed improperly at the wrong height and if they are stuck up after running and are not pushed back down.
Lawn Saver Irrigation
Answer: No
Explanation: You always want you sprinkler heads to sit level with your lawn, so you mower will easily clear it while mowing the lawn
Green Leaf Landscape
Answer: No
Explanation: if installed right it will not
vetorinos landscaping and irrigation,llc
Answer: No
Explanation: The sprinklers are designed to be at level grade and pop up only when they are on.
Direct Home Service
Answer: No
Explanation: Sprinkler heads are installed at grade level out of the reach of normal lawn cutting
Aqua Tech Irrigation
Answer: It depends on the type of sprinkler
Explanation: the sprinklers are installed properly know no lawnmower should ever come in contact with a pop open but there are juices were both sprinklers or for some reason put in areas of the don't belong in I don't understand house some companies get away with it because I've personally had to replace sprinklers just out of the issue of avoiding obstacle
Webster's Lawn care
Answer: No
Explanation: They are usually below ground ( the lawn heads)
American Dream Landscape, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: No As long as the head are set just below grade of sod
Bayside Landscape
Answer: No
Explanation: Not if they are installed correctly. They will however get damaged when they wear out and fail because they will start to stick up and not retract. This is an indication that they need to be replaced.
Answer: It depends on the type of sprinkler
Explanation: It all depends on the head placement and height of the sprinkler head.
Superior Irrigation and Lawn
Answer: No
Explanation: If the system is installed correctly your mower will not cause harm to your system
Stricklins Landscaping
Answer: No
Explanation: Modern lawn sprinklers retract into the ground when working properly and are installed correctly. Some caution is necessary to detect sprinklers that may have not have retracted properly
Accurate Waterfalls & Irrigation
Next Question
Find Local Pros
Free Lawn Sprinkler Installation Cost Estimates

Related Questions

How Much Does a Lawn Sprinkler System Cost?

When is the best time of day to run my sprinklers?Top answer: Morning (two hours before dawn)

Does a sprinker system water a lawn more efficiently than manual watering?Top answer: Always

Are permits required to install a lawn sprinkler system?Top answer: It varies by jurisdiction

What type of backflow prevention device is the most reliable for a sprinkler system?Top answer: Pressure vacuum breaker

Related Topics

Lawn Sprinkler Installation
Winterizing Lawn Sprinklers

Free Cost Estimates   |   Lawn Sprinkler Companies Directory   |   Lawn Sprinklers Cost Report   |   Free Business Listing

Home   |   Articles & Videos   |   Affiliates   |   Networking Groups   |   Search by Category   |   Professionals

Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   About Us   |   Contact Us   |   Member Login

© 2003-2014 - VentureStreet, LLC

Join Our Business Network