I'm in the process of drafting up an irrigation check list form that we can use out in the field when we are checking irrigation systems. Does anyone have such a beast already made that you wouldn't mind sharing? Basically I want to create an irrigation checklist/estimate sheet that we can use on the site while we are checking the systems. This list will probably contain a list of stuff that is commonly needed to fix most systems that could be check off along with other documenation about where heads need to be replaced, cleaned, broke, how many zones, stations, time settings ect. Maybe even an area graphed off for drawings. I'm hoping to come up with something that will help document our work better plus if someone else needs to goto the job site for the repair that didn't do the first initial check they will have some documention to look over that might help. This would also be handy if actual irrigation repair is not done right after the initial check. Also, I'm also curious what type of system some of you other guys do when checking a large system? Do you use various colored flags to mark off heads if they need to be replaced, cleaned, broke, ect? Do you document your initial check during the check or after your done? thanks, David H.