I was very new to the idea that a sprinkler system could be ran off of typical house spigot. I always assumed installation companies tapped into the line at a different point. I ran this system from two of my spigots and created six zones using a 2-way and 4-way splitter. The timers are set to run at different times so there is no issue with water pressure. To help cut costs I ran all of the straight lines with standard rigid pvc and only used flexible at heads and hookups. The system works great and I was able to do a 9,000 sq ft lawn for about $350 including all timers. Thanks for the info!!!
Thanks for the feedback.
I’m curious. How much did you have to dig you used the rigid PVC? Was the “slotting” method I described enough?
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