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Wednesday, August 31st 2011, 9:03pm

by Mitchgo

Compacting the soil thoroughly as you're back filling. Holding the head in place to make sure it doesn't displace. Keep the head 1-2" away from the edge of your grass so the weed eater or edger doesn't get it. Cut a ring out from the grass where the sprinkler head is.

Wednesday, August 31st 2011, 7:55pm

by grey

Sprinkler heads installation

Is there a technique on heads installation to make sure they are flush with lawn and not sticking out too much or too deep?