What do you guys do when you begin an irrigation system installation and as you begin you find out that the main supply line going from the water meter to the house is some sort of pipe that you are not skilled in working with? PVC, of course, never a problem. PEX or WRSBO, not a problem. But every 5th irrigation system or so we install, we'll run into some old copper pipe or some old galvanized pipe. I can't work with that. Our standard practice is to put a clause in our contract that says that if we find the supply line to be a form of pipe we can't work with, that the customer agrees to pay for the cost of a plumber to come out and install something we can work with. So, like I said, about every 5th system we install, this happens. We have to call a plumber and they come out and custom weld on a T that we can connect PVC to or some other similar solution. Then the customer pays for this. Just wondering how the rest of you handled situations like this.