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Old 03-16-2014, 08:52 PM
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Thanks to all for the comments and encouragement. As far as I am aware, AL does not require a separate meter by law, thought I always advocate for installing one for pressure purposes (I am going to check before we get started). I suspect the customer will agree and we'll start putting it in when the meter's put in. Backflow on a new meter is a must ( I do believe that one is required). Rain sensor is going in, too. Question on that- do y'all prefer the little catch basin types with some sort of media in them, or do you like the in-ground soil moisture testers?
Prob best to use a conventional rain sensor 1st time. Personally I like the Rainbird WR2 wireless. Wireless is usually easier to mount transmitting unit in a good place and not have to worry about unsightly wire
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Old 03-17-2014, 01:07 PM
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what do you do if some act of nature causes the sensor to fall to the ground, after which, the dog devours it?

I have lost one clik to this, i reasoned because i loved that customer very much.
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