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Here are some practical suggestions, see if anything will work for you:
Tell them they are responsible for the sprinkler heads and if they ruin them, they replace them. Plain and simple. Do not tolerate lazy and inattentive service - you are paying them to perform a job, not destroy your irrigation system. Make it crystal clear that their services will be replaced if they do not perform their duties to your satisfaction.
Put some large yogurt containers over them on lawn cutting day.
we took some old paint sticks from hardware store (the kind you use for stirring paint) and vut them off and placed by sprinkler heads - if they don't know where they are they can't prevent damaging them
Also, the sprinkler heads shouldn't be that high up that a lawnmower hits them