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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
I don't think the sprinklers are finished. There's at least 6 funny pipes sticking out of the ground. Pretty sure it's a vacant house
I like the fact that even though this is indoors and away from water they still used water resistant connectors.
This is at a display home of all places. I was supposed to give it a service, I just walked away after seeing it.
a model of ineptitude is what that mess is
Aligning the photos posted for easy viewing would be nice.
Actually, I've recommended irrigating hard surface for some water features before, not for the plants, but for supplementing water and promoting moss on the rocks. Although, those would not be rock gardens.
About the only other reason that comes to mind, would be if it was a play or recreation area and is was done for comfort in the summer heat.
I love this job, the wiring is impeccable and of all things this is in the hardest to reach part of the basement!
WHO THE F PUTS A CLOCK IN THE BASEMENT?????
Lots of clocks go in basements with water meters. Easy to confirm by sound that the zone has opened.
Around here, 95% or more are installed in the basement... add 2 or 3 % in the garage...
It's crazy how regions just see something and do it and that then there is the norm Here 95% of controllers are in garages