Originally Posted By: pdacey
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I do it as an ancillary service. Adds an extra $25 to the inspection.
I just run the system on manual, check each zone to see if there are any heads that are stuck, look for signs of a leak, note the location of the zones and check to make sure there is back flow prevention installed on the system.
I do not check programmability of the controller, adequacy of coverage, function of the back flow device, code compliance.
I have an attachment for my service agreement that explains all of this if they wish for me to inspect the system.
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