At our company, we categorize irrigation installs in general with "landscape construction" (design/build) work. Because the same teams do that. We do a fair amount of just full irrigation-only installs. But more often, the irrigation system installs we do are part of a full landscape installation where we're doing a patio, seat wall, lighting system, new sod lawn, irrigation system, plants & trees, etc. The Landscape Construction Division, which includes the irrigation installs, accounts for about 45% of our revenue. Irrigation Service & Repair division accounts for about 12% and Landscape Maintenance division accounts for the remaining 43%. If I were to guess how much of our total sales are just irrigation installation (I could look it up but I don't have that info. handy right no), I'd say it's probably around 10%. New Irrigation installs are down since 2008 and have only just started to recover. But other things like lighting, patios, and outdoor living areas and maintenance have grown a lot since then. Just not as many people putting a priority on irrigation since '08. In Oregon you can almost get by without one. Your landscape will suffer or you gotta drag the hose a lot. But it's not absolutely necessary. So, for some reasons, not as many people are insisting on irrigation systems as before 2008. It is seen as more of a luxury around here, these days. Where before 2008 it was seen as just something everyone was getting.