I'm starting to get tired of all the lawn cutting or "landscape" companies out there that throw in sprinklers as a trivial side service that they offer. In Texas it is in the business of landscape irrigation be licensed with few exceptions.but it seems everywhere i go i see a car with a magnetic sign on the side saying "Garcia's total lawn-care, mowing landscaping and sprinklers." a trailer full of mowers weed eaters and blowers, but not even a single stick of 1/2" pipe, much less a license number anywhere in sight. another one is the guy that advertises in the local phone book without giving a license number. Maybe they subcontract these services, but i don't think so. Pest control, cement and pool contractors doing damage to systems on a large scale then just repairing it on their own, usually those repairs don't last very long. Is this technically offering irrigation services to the general public? I think it is. They are charging them for a service, and if part of that service includes repairing irrigation they broke, they should have a license or subcontract. I never hear about people or companies being busted for any of this. Where is the line between subcontracting and just letting out the use of a license number for anyone who wants to throw in sprinklers real quick. It would be nice if TCEQ or an irrigation association posted it anytime somebody got fined for these things. Is any one else annoyed as I am or is it just me?