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Friday, April 26th 2013, 9:53am

by Rasdebol (Guest)

Is it usually legal to attach a faucet to a sprinkler system/line ??

As one entire side of my house has ZERO water outside I have wanted to tap into the main water feed pipe for the sprinkler system and install a couple of outside faucets for watering purposes (NOT drinking/potable). I am in North Texas and I know rules change from place to place but does anyone now if it is generally OK or generally illegal to do this ?? It is tapped inside of the anti-siphon valve so that is not an issue... Thanks.