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Old 08-14-2011, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by raymont4 View Post
Thanks guys, all very useful. I went with the irrigation co the first time as I figured it would be pretty complex installing. I agree that $700 is probably worth it to ensure it gets done right. I tried having the irrigation co come down, they did throw in 3 more heads (area I initially wasnít going to include) and 1st year winterization which is about $80. So still at $2300.
If I installed a system, and did a good job and got passed up for the expansion I might get offended a little. Also when it is time for you to call the legit irrigation co to come and fix the landscapers problems, dont expect any breaks on the repair.

Also- I do not know what your legit irrigation co's contract looks like, but that would void any warranty I had offered. You might check into the warranty before hand, bc if the landscaper is not as good as he says he could eat up your 700 in savings fast.
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