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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by txirrigation, Aug 1, 2011.
Thats my approach. Do what ya can , but give em green grass.
From the Texas Administrative Code:
(1) all irrigation piping and valves must meet the separation distances from the On-Site Sewage Facilities system as required for a private water line in §285.91(10) of this title (relating to Minimum Required Separation Distances for On-Site Sewage Facilities);
3) any water from the irrigation system that is applied to the surface of the area utilized by the On-Site Sewage Facility system must be controlled on a separate irrigation zone or zones so as to allow complete control of any irrigation to that area so that there will not be excess water that would prevent the On-Site Sewage Facilities system from operating effectively.
Minimum Required Separation Distances for OSSF.
Interesting topic. When I started 40 yrs ago, everyone wanted the older guys to do their work. It was tough as an upstart. Gradually as I came of age, the Walmart mentality changed all that so that only price mattered as if irrigation was a commodity like a washer, dryer, computer, car etc.
Though stressful in some ways, the economy has rewarded me for my longevity, knowledge and adherence to quality work. I find many prospects today really carefully shopping and doing their diligence in making an informed decision. I used to get laughed out with my high price. Now I seem like a wise investment.
hey there, old-timer!
What's that great quote?: "Long after the price is forgotten, the quality is always remembered."
sounds like a democratic conspiracy but I ran out of fingers to point
Do I count? seeing as how I have skimmed out a few zones with my skid during a landscape install or change on more than a few occasions. But have always restored or re-installed or had arrangement's made.
i feel that all tradesmen look down on any trade other than their own, until a man walks in another's boots he may tend to feel superior to others.
the more trades that you learn, the more respect that you gain for the craftsmen. i happen to have been fortunate enough to have done a lot of different things in my life and have the utmost respect for a craftsman.
pikers, hacks and shackers suck, but hey...............aint no one perfect
tis' true .... but it shouldn't stop people from trying to achieve perfection.
trenched this close because i was locating with my new pro-800 receiver and using a 4110 transmitter @84.4khz (i believe) the 800 was in broadcast. near perfect locate