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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by PurpHaze, Aug 27, 2007.
Pictures from another of our renovations today and the original contractor garbage we ran into.
Last of the pictures.
Hmmmm Hmm hMMM hm.
The pressure looks a little weak on your spray. Wouldn't it be better without the prs red? Also on the third to last pic you have a nasty difficult watering curve.
Not when this system is on at night with the system that fires the booster pump.
Yeah... we had to fudge a little there and open up the angle a little. Once everything starts looking nice we'll tweak it a little more.
Also noted that Leo forgot to adjust one of his in that same picture in the background. I walked over and adjusted it after taking the picture.
With the weird shape of this one area we get a little water on the concrete but not nearly as much as before with the spray pop-ups. Originally there were 31 spray pop-ups in these three areas combined. Now there are 17 total heads.
Swung by while on my way to another site today to just see how things were coming along after one week.
Stunning difference. Put that in your resume Are you on a new emote page I know nothing about?
Luckily... the whole area had a pretty good base before we renovated. It was more like healing a sick zone instead of raising one from the dead.
Just been looking around at the different ones. Lawnsite's are just sooooo boring.
Looks good, nice difference in coverage. You guys ever carpool?
LOL... Actually there are two mopre district trucks you don't see for a total of five. Two were AC guys and the last one was an electrician.