Amarillo, TX, August 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- In the Fall of 2012 the Sprinkler Removal Tool or SRT had its first debut in the Grand Opening of Summit Ace Hardware in Amarillo, Texas. There was an overwhelming response to this new innovative technology coming to the sprinkler repair industry. The SRT sold over 250 units in 3 days, this overwhelming response showed its inventors that this tool needs to be in every homeowner’s garage. The SRT uses patent pending flares on each end of the tool in order to firmly grip nearly all residential sprinkler heads.
To use the SRT simply tap one end on a hard surface to release the innovative handle lock, next determine which end of the SRT fits over your sprinkler head. Then insert the handle into the top holes of the SRT, press down firmly, and turn the Sprinkler Removal Tool counter clockwise. This will unscrew the sprinkler head out of the ground. Next simply insert the new head into the perfectly formed hole left by the other head and use the SRT without the handle to simply snug the new head onto the riser pipe. Now lock the handle back in the SRT and your done.
The SRT is available in two sizes: The SRT-1000 which fits sprinkler heads from 1-3/4″ in Dia. to 2-1/4″ in Dia. and The SRT-2000 which fits sprinkler heads form 2-1/2″ in Dia. to 2-3/4″ in Dia.
The Sprinkler Removal Tool takes much of the stress out of maintaining a sprinkler system.
Leave the shovel in the tool shed, use The SRT instead
By using the Sprinkler Removal Tool homeowners can now simply replace any broken sprinkler head in just minutes. There is no other tool on the market that makes this job as clean, as wasy or as neat as the SRT does. The SRT will save you time, money, and more so, it will not destabilize the soil or leave that dreaded circle of dead grass around the new sprinkler heads. Most importantly it will do all of this without digging. So keep your lawn looking great and check out our KickStarter Campaign to purchase your own Sprinkler Removal Tool.