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FAQ

One of my sprinklers is eroding my grass by puddling. How can I fix this? I already replaced the sprinkler head.
Sounds as if there is a leak below the head or perhaps the threads? Where do you live on this planet? Do you have winters? Freezing soil? If so then do you have a company blowing out your irrigation system before freezing starts. Irrigation pipes are not that deep and will most certainly fail if allowed to freeze with water in the pipes.The same company comes back in the spring to recharge and check for any errant problems or leaks.It would be easy enough to dig out that pipe and its connectors. Gotta turn the water off at the street. While you are doing that check on the state of your back flow devices. While the pipe is laid bare, turn the water on for one instant to see the results. Leaks at the fittings or a hole by a rock beneath a pipe with weight applied over that pipe?When you replaced the head what if any change occurred? Do you have the contractor available who installed the irrigation system? They are kind of responsible. This is why hiring someone to blow out your pipes before winter and having that same outfit come back to recharge and check for leaks. Every year.This is for cool season grasses with real winters. If you are in California or the southern states with warm season grasses…blow out your pipes for winter makes no sense.You could possibly have a minor leak in your MAIN water line/s. A very big deal if using city water.I would call 3 irrigation companies to get bids on ‘renovation/upgrading’ and existing irrigation system. The company comes out to have a look see and you have to BE there, the wealth of information is precious. Like it or not you just might be persuaded to pay one of these companies for their services. Also, your home owner’s insurance will demand you do your due diligence to prevent ‘flooding’ or water damage. Need to show you use the licensed, certified, experienced experts or…iffy to get a claim.Water is an expensive item for homeowners no matter what. A tiny leak could equal many hundreds of dollars without any other indication than a bit of a puddle and a huge water bill.How old is your system? What State is it you live within? Washington State demands all construction to have 6 years for discovery and 6 years to get the problem fixed that the contractor is most certainly responsible for, 12years?? Unless they have a proper contract with a clause, specifically stating, “In Lieu of Washington State Warranty Law RCW blah blah blah we will only offer a one year warranty”…in Washington State that means all contractors without this stipulation in their contracts are liable for their construction for 12 YEARS. Just an idea. Not many contractors or subcontractors know the laws of the state in which they work.This is to protect homeowners!
How do I fill out job applications after 25 years away from the workforce?
A standard chronological resume might not work well. However, if you have any volunteering you should definitely highlight what you've done recently. I would concentrate on getting a job in retail (which generally won't frown on your lack of recent experience). Try to go in person to a retail store and explain your situation to the manager, it will be easier to answer questions about the large gap in your history.If you have your heart set on office work, it may be a bit harder. You should focus on your hard and soft skills and how you've kept them current. Not many people will care if you had experience on an electric typewriter. If you have verifiable skills in Microsoft Office, you may want to consider getting tested or certified.
How can one get the height of the head in a picture to measure 1-1-3/8 inches (25 to 35mm), or fill between 50%-70% of a photo?
Some studios (usually having multiple locations and several or more photographers) go so far as to have the ground glass etched with the target size of the head area.Those with interchangeable prisms in older cameras used to add a thin transparent plastic film layer with he head target size printed on it.
Home Improvement: How difficult to change an underground, yard sprinkler head?
It is extremely simple. Dig around the broken sprinkler head until you reach the sprinkler line that it runs perpendicular to (most likely 6-8" below the ground). Then you simply unscrew the broken head (no tools required) and screw in the new one. The direction and degree of spray (45, 90, 180, etc) is adjustable with a flat head screwdriver on top. Job complete.Be sure that you don't get any dirt into the sprinkler line when your remove the old one because this debris could jam up the valves and cause them to leak. They cost less than $5 at a home improvement store yet you would probably pay $100 to have someone come out and do it for you.  You don't have to buy the same brand as the rest of your sprinklers since the threaded connections are universal and they're simply activated by pressure. I believe half of mine are Orbit and the other half Rain Bird.Valves on the other hand are a much bigger task.