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Tuesday, September 19th 2017, 8:53am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

Changing Lawn Sprinkler Companies

It is a fallacy that the company that installed a lawn sprinkler system is the only one that can service it. Any good service tech should be able figure out the layout of your system in minutes. They only reason to be tied to a company is if you have a warranty on your system and the company actually honors the warranty. If you are not happy with the service you are getting from your current irrigation company move on. Look on the internet and check out their reviews. The good companies should h...

Tuesday, September 19th 2017, 8:39am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

Baseboard Heat Pressure Reducing Valve

I'm not sure if this will help but baseboard heating systems use pressure reducing valves that automatically refill the system when the pressure gets too low. Here is a link for one that goes from 10-25PSI. Best of Luck. http://www.supplyhouse.com/Watts-0386450-S1156F-1-2-Union-Solder-Iron-Pressure-Regulator-3572000-p

Tuesday, September 19th 2017, 8:32am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

Wifi enabled controller Weather Underground

I know that this is late but the Hunter Hydrawise Wifi controller uses Weather Underground for their weather data. Their basic free plan lets you choose from local airport weather stations. I believe that they allow you to choose your own weather station that is connected to Weather Underground. The settings for predictive watering include wind, humidity, temperature, previous rainfall and predicted rainfall. We have installed a bunch of these and are happy with them. I did a comparison chart of...

Thursday, March 16th 2017, 10:00am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

Pressure problem

That is an interesting question. What kind of controller are you currently using? What kind of water pressure do you have? What is the diameter of the pipe feeding your backflow? How many gallons per minute are you using for each zone? Kelly www.allwet.net

Friday, April 15th 2016, 11:45am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

PVB

When raising a PVB will not be feasible many local codes allow you to install another kind of backflow called a RPZ. Keep in mind that RPZ's reduce water pressure from 8-12 PSI.

Friday, April 15th 2016, 11:33am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

New Controller not working

Did you try switching the wires at the solenoids to verify that the solenoids are working?

Friday, April 15th 2016, 11:30am

Author: All Wet Irrigation

Mysterious sprinkler leak

I agree with Mrfixit. The water is going somewhere. If is is flowing as fast as you say then it is usually visible unless your soil drains extremely fast. I was repairing a sprinkler system in Chatham NJ last year and had the same problem. What I found was that a drainage pipe was installed and the main line got broken and the water was flowing into the sewer system. There were no visible signs of a leak anywhere.