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The last 10 posts

Sunday, March 19th 2006, 7:06pm

by lush96

prices vary depending on many things. most of them are how labor intensive they are. a square front lawn with great water pressure and flow is a lot cheaper than a front lawn with sidewalks, walls, and other difficult areas to get water too. also less water pressure and flow means more zones and more money. your half acre lot may be much less or more then your neighbors half acre lot due to the difficulty factor.

Tuesday, November 22nd 2005, 5:57pm


are drip systems usually higher to install by themselves?

Tuesday, November 22nd 2005, 2:22pm

by malibu jim

In No. California, a lot of residential sprinkler jobs are bid by the valve. Maybe 2 valves for the front lawn and 2 valves for the back lawn, plus 2 valves for the perimeter flower beds. This will include everything, including wiring and installation of controller. At $650/valve, this would be $3900.

Tuesday, November 22nd 2005, 1:58pm


i have one, but no one has informed me of actual pricing it thanks again

Tuesday, November 22nd 2005, 11:14am

by Wet_Boots

Get yourself your Texas irrigation license first, and lots of your questions will be answered in the process.

Tuesday, November 22nd 2005, 2:34am


im not getting bids, i am getting into the buisness myself, need to know some basics pricing strategys

Monday, November 21st 2005, 3:34pm

by Wet_Boots

Drip is way too varied to have a pat answer for. Just get estimates, and if none of them suit you, don't buy. Consider letting the contracters quote prices, and you just say yes or no.

Monday, November 21st 2005, 12:30pm


$1 a foot?

Saturday, November 19th 2005, 2:45am


what is a reasonable price for drip?

Friday, November 18th 2005, 1:10pm

by Wet_Boots

Those are reasonable prices.