Broken Heads and Improper Spray Coverage
The picture above is from a field where there was a broken head in the middle of the field. As you can see the sprinklers are hitting up to the burn line,as well they are on the other side of the field also. This picture was taken in June 2012,and it only took a little over a week for the burn spot to occur. It is crucial you make repairs as soon as you notice them. The negative effects of procrastinating are: weeds,which attract pests,which attract spiders moles,snakes,and mice,not to mention weeds alone are unsightly enough to be a deciding factor.
Broken heads are very common in both residential and commercial lawns. Just to name a few examples of what may have caused a head to break are:
- Run over by vehicles including mowers
- Worn out gears from excess wear and tear
- Debris filled filters in the internal head
- Improper filter is being inserted for use: ex: a Rainbird nozzle with a Hunter filter will not work in combination.
- Kinked flex pipe between PVC and head
- Corroded springs inside,and sanded down core from extended life of product.
- Too much pressure behind head
- Tree Roots
The term “head” is conclusive to a popup heads,risers,and rotary heads. Heads are strategically placed throughout the landscape to provide water efficiency. It is important that heads are hydro-zoned when placed. This is the practice of using rotor heads with rotor heads and pop ups with pop ups etc. Good practice is not to combine one with the other. If you have this in your design perhaps once,it may be because there was no other way to irrigate and the licensed irrigator used the most practical approach. If you see this practice 3 or 4 times,it is likely the irrigator was lazy,or he was not licensed or properly trained.
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Basic Owner's Title Policy Coverage:
1.Clear title to the property
2.Incorrect signatures on documents
6.Encumbrances or judgments
Basic Lender's Title Policy Coverage:
1.Mechanic's liens and unrecorded liens
2.Unrecorded easements and access rights
3.Defects and other unrecorded documents
Extended Owner's Coverage
1.Building permit violations from previous owners
3.Covenant violations from previous owners
5.Structure damage from mineral extractions
6.Variety of encroachments and forgeries after title insurance is issued
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