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Sunday, February 18th 2024, 10:47am

by mrfixit

Nope the boxes shouldn't be full of dirt. Why bother installing a box if you're just going to bury them?
But, I've seen gophers fill up a box in 1 day. If you're capable, I'd empty the box with a hand trowel or whatever it takes. Then see if it gets filled back up.
Maybe ask the guy to come back n look at it.

Saturday, February 17th 2024, 11:46am

by JazzyNTampa (Guest)

Sprinkler Valves Buried in Dirt

I had a sprinkler repair company install new valves for me. They left the valves covered in dirt and valve boxes full of dirt. Is this proper?