How To Repair Lawn Irrigation Pipe

By Robert Robillard on Home Repairs And Remodeling, Weekend warrior

How To Repair Lawn Irrigation Pipe

Install Patch

Remember I told you to make sure your clamps were on the pipe?

This is where it is critical.  Heat one end of the new repair pipe and slide it onto the barbed connector. Clamp it to secure it.

To make the final connection you may need to pull the pipes up or to the side to create enough clearance to get them to mate. Sometimes undermining the dirt under, above or on the side of the pipe helps with this.

You also may need to trim your pipe a bit to do get them to fit.

How To Repair Lawn Irrigation Pipe

Secure Clamps

Once the repair pipe is attached crimp all the clamps and pressure test your system.

Learning how to repair lawn irrigation pipe is easy once you break down the steps.

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