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The last 8 posts

Wednesday, April 14th 2004, 2:10pm

by RVLI

http://www.sprinklertalk.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=38

Wednesday, April 14th 2004, 8:50am

by houston

I showed up this morning for you!!! Will be in touch. [:D]


Wednesday, April 14th 2004, 7:34am

by g137556s

They are the ones that no-showed...

Tuesday, April 13th 2004, 5:23pm

by RVLI

Also check the contractor's forum at the bottom of the main page for their number and website.

Tuesday, April 13th 2004, 5:22pm

by RVLI

Affordable Sprinklers.

Saturday, April 10th 2004, 6:01pm

by g137556s

Well, I called the local people that are on this forum and they were supposed to come by last Thursday and give me a quote. They no-showed and never called to re-schedule. Does anybody know of anyone in Houston that can at least show up to give a bid?

Thursday, April 1st 2004, 4:17pm

by RVLI

Do they have pipe pullers down there? Many use it up in the north here with poly pipe because it can generally be curved instead of using elbows like on pvc. Check the sprinkler contractor's forum at the bottom of this page....there is one right in the Houston area right for you!

Wednesday, March 31st 2004, 1:43am

by g137556s

Installation help

I would like to install my own sprinkler system in order to save some money but I need some help. I have heard that pulling pipe is a good way to go but I was wondering if a puller would work in our heavy clay Houston soils. Also, would I be better off renting a trencher/puller or hiring a company to do it for me? Does anybody know of an irrigation professional in Houston that can help me with the trenching or pulling only? How much would that really save me?