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Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico


Sunday, April 14th 2019, 3:51pm

Finding pipes understanding layout layout

Is there a basic method of laying down the sprinkler system in a design so that I don’t have to dig up my whole yard? I’ve got tree roots getting into the lines, and a diagram map would be a godsend right now. Does anyone have any suggestions? From looking online there are right and wrong ways to lay the systempipes down so I can try to go by that , but anyone’s advice is helpful. My yard is small with very mature trees and has two zones. Any suggestions as to finding g the buried pipes would be great. One pipe had a tree root inside it. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. Maybe the city might have records, but I doubt it, they’re usually unuseful for the most part. What I’m looking for is a basic grid pattern I guess to follow, or any method or tool that can locate pipes and what is best to protect tree roots. That’s a lot but thanks so much.

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