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Sunday, September 2nd 2012, 2:40pm

by Wet_Boots

You pretty much choose between PEX and poly when freezing is in the picture. Most of the PVC mainlines I see are laid in deep trenches and bedded with sand.

Sunday, September 2nd 2012, 2:19pm

by rmonge00

Sorry. I live in Seattle, WA. It freezes about 60-100 days per year, but
it is a light freeze. It never goes below 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
Anything else you need to know? Thanks!

Ryan

Saturday, September 1st 2012, 9:17pm

by Wet_Boots

the answer can be location specific, so please supply yours

Saturday, September 1st 2012, 8:44pm

by rmonge00

What type of pipe should I use as supply

I am running irrigation about 300 feet out from my well pump to my garden. What kind of pipe do people recommend for this and why? PEX? Polyethylene? PVC? Thanks so much for your help!

Ryan