I put in about 5K sqft of sod last week. I prepped the area then an irrigation company came in and installed a new system. The system was up and running when I installed the sod. I drove by 3 days later to check on the condition of the sod, every thing was looking ok. Now this week when I show up there are 2 spots where the sod is dead. It is so brown that there is no saving it now. I noticed a section that was showing the beginning signs of drying out so I put on a sprinkler that was on a hose and watered it while I sat on the front porch. Luckily the irrigation system turned on. Just of laughs I went around and checked the coverage since I was there watering. Well, wouldn't you know that the 2 major spots that are totally dead dont have coverage. One small triangle spot does not get any water at all, and the second spot the rotor stops just short of the driveway. So along about 15 ft of the driveway there is a dead spot 15'x'2. When I showed up and saw these spots I figured I was going to have to eat the cost and labor of a few new strips of sod or a little loam and seed. Not now. My question is have you ever had this happen to you, or where you accused of not covering the area properly? How did you resolve it? I'm thinking I'm just going to cut out the dead spots and put a little loam and seed down. Of course it would be after the coverage issue gets fixed.