Sprinkler Service in Orange County

Proudly serving Orange County since 1985


Whether you’re in need of a new sprinkler system or just need a simple sprinkler repair, Pacific Lighting & Sprinklers has got you covered! We work with industry-leading brands, such as Rainbird SprinklersToroHunter, and more, to give Orange County the best service! We always work to ensure that each of our clients receive high-quality care! 


When To Consider A Pro For Sprinkler Repair

You step outside and find a broken sprinkler head with water gushing out, and all you can think of is your water bill. Before you give us a call, take a minute to turn off your sprinkler system to prevent flooding.


Since 1985 Pacific Lighting & Sprinklers has been OC’s top sprinkler service


Our sprinkler and irrigation services include:

  • Sprinkler Repair
  • Sprinkler System Installation
  • Sprinkler Box Repair & Installation
  • Sprinkler Valve Repair
  • Clogged Nozzles
  • Drip Irrigation
  • Broken Pipes
  • Adjusting Irrigation Patterns
  • Sprinkler Wire Repairs & Relocations
  • Back Flow Preventers & Repair (PVB)
  • Sprinkler Redesign & Relocation

Sprinkler Service Frequently Asked Quesitons


Our cost-effective and time-efficient sprinkler systems can save you hours of unnecessary overwatering. They can even be set to run if you’re going to be away from home!

The ideal time to run your sprinkler system is in the cooler hours of the day or between 9PM and 9AM. This time span helps maximize soil absorption and keeps your lawn cooler during the day.

Sprinkler repair pricing depends on how severe the repair is. If you would like a more accurate price, feel free to reach out for you FREE estimate! We tend to get back to you within a few hours.

The difference between a drip irrigation system and regular irrigation system is the size of the landscape.

Basically, drip irrigation systems are used for watering smaller areas or plants that have a specific watering schedule. Regular irrigation systems are better suited for larger areas that need more amount of water.

So depending on your landscape size, a better choice for those with a larger landscape containing plants that need more watering would benefit from a regular irrigation system. If you have a smaller landscape or a smaller space that requires a specific schedule, then a drip irrigation would be best for you.

This is a common question among homeowners who want to maintain their lawn and keep it nice and green!

Basically, a good rule of thumb is to water it with about one inch of water per week. It usually takes about 30 minutes to get to a half an inch of water. Watering three times per week for 20 minutes will give your lawn about an inch of water.