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Saturday, June 12th 2010, 6:44am

by Wet_Boots

Some services use a flat-rate pricing, so the prices they quote are also taking labor into account.

Friday, June 11th 2010, 12:47pm

by mrfixit

Stick with the Hunter pro spray or the RainBird 1800 series sprays and Hunter rotors.

Friday, June 11th 2010, 9:12am

by Nick

Am I getting ripped off?

I recently had my Hunter Pro-C system hooked up after the winter season. The guy told me that I needed to replace one rotary sprinkler (PGP) and (2) 4" sprayers. He suggested that I replace the hunter 4" sprayers with toro sprayers. He quoted me $45 for the rotary and $22.50 for each 4" sprayer. Is this reasonable or is he trying to rip me off?

Also, how easy or difficult is it to replace these sprinkler heads? Thanks inadvance for your help!