So I repaired and replaced 75' of pvc and heads that run along side of an asphalt driveway (commercial area) the irrigation is for the the flower beds next to the asphalt driveway. Neglected for years, flowers never lasted, shrubs always died. BIG pat on the back for fixing the problem Yay! Me! Whatever.... This was done a month ago. Last week, HOA decided to add a curb between the asphalt and the flower bed. Saturday I get a call that the irrigation pump are running every 15 seconds... "I thought you fixed the irrigation???" I did. I show up this morning and sure enough, the guys who prepared and layed the forms for the concrete curbing pounded their stakes (20+) along the asphalt and into the pvc line.... wood forms and stakes with a TON of overspill concrete in the flower beds.... water everywhere because they pierced the pvc lines. I repaired one section and another and then realized they must've busted the pipe many times.... so I'm sick of diggin' concrete overspill up and drive over to the concrete guys (same ones in a different location) and explain they need to get their forms and overspill up and out of those beds so I can repair what thye did wrong.... just like that too. They claim they're not responsible for any irrigation lines along the driveway. Shovel in hand, I explain they WILL be getting a bill for the repairs. They never came back to move the forms and concrete over spill. Now, these guys ARE responsible right?