Honestly, my system was a nightmare. The original system came with the house. Later, a local landscaper did the last well and submersable pump and worked on the system. At that time, the spray was so powerful, with what smelled like swamp water, that it would blow huge plumes of mist into the air rather than spray water on the plants. Everything hit the house and cars staining them a rust color. Heads along the house would literally explode off hitting the eve and sending a powerful jet of water into the fascia board and the attic. Water also soaked the wood fence causing rot. This is a family business. It's been in operation long enough that I'm shocked I didn't know of them before. Given their work, they should have a wide, and great, reputation. Brad came out to inspect the system. He listened to me, inspected the system, and gave me his recommendations. He called his dad, and verified parts of his plan. Since my system was something of a nightmare, Keith, Brad's father, made an inspection the next day to fine tune their plan. He discussed it with me, provided an estimate of around $400. Everything planned was perfect for my system, and the estimate lower than expected. They scheduled via Angie's List messages and telephone. They made appointments and when delayed, called me to make sure it was okay with me. They were prompt and professional. They did the job faster than I expected they could. Now, the sprayers put out a spray of water on the plants. There is no mist being blown back at the house or cars. Nothing hits the house, cars or fence. The lawn and plants are watered. Three zones mean the watering period is shorter. Watching it run, is like looking at a brand new sprinkler system. I almost expect to see a new house too, the difference is so dramatic. I am more pleased than I could have anticipated. The final price of $475 was a bargain for the wonderful result. I highly recommend Professional Sprinkler Systems.