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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
wow you would rather have it look like that then have it underground
It's an RPZ and underground is not where you want them
Suffock County, Cape Cod and Colorado Springs permit RPs underground.
I understand that.. but irritation has some personal hate about anything being below ground.
rp's are allowed underground here too. As long as proper drainage is installed.. Meaning a physical drain below the elevation of the back flow assembly.
Those are the fattest goats i have ever seen.
He has a problem that many of my employees had, as hard to kick as sex addiction:
I'm with Mitch on the below ground stuff. If proper drainage is provided and a large box with good clearance then better below ground. Too bad for BF inspectors having to get on their knees and bend over a little.
Sure, except that would have to be a deep drain to daylight, sumps don't cut it with RPs.
12" of gravel and 6" gap from the gravel to the RP. Works for me.