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Monday, August 8th 2005, 10:36am

by RidgeRun05

There really is no way of locating irrigation pipes. The utility companies using tracing wires or other means to tag their utilities. Without a drawing, you are probably going to have to go with the hit / miss method. You can locate the irrigation wires with a wire tracing device.

Monday, August 8th 2005, 4:58am

by Vespidie

locating sprinkler system irrigation lines

I recently purchased a home with an irrigation system, however the seller couldn't locate the drawing showing the system layout. I was told the system hadn't been used in about 2 years also.

Not being familiar with irrigation systems, can the layout be "located" similar to the public utilities before one digs?

If the system can't be located by automatic means, I assume that the "hit and miss" method of location is my only alternative.

TIA