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The last 4 posts

Sunday, May 6th 2007, 3:48pm

by gregory1420

i know alot of guys down here will not design one for you unless they are installing the system

Friday, May 4th 2007, 6:01pm

by NCStateME

No, Hunter does not have a design service. However, they have a pretty good residential design guide that any competant DIY'er could easily follow and understand.

I agree with Tom that it really helps to see the property to do the design. Unless you do a super-detailed plot plan, it is hard to lay out a good system if you have never seen the property.

Wednesday, May 2nd 2007, 3:32am

by Tom

Why not hire a local sprinkler company/designer? It really helps to actually see the area being watered as opposed to sending your dimensions into a company.

Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 5:05pm

by chules

Hunter Design Services

Does anyone know if Hunter has a design service like Rainbird? I am researching designs by reading this forum and tutorials but would like to use an additional service.

Thank you[?]