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Local Highlight: DIY Trenching for Sprinkler Lines with Tates Rents

            1. Call Before You Dig

            2. Obtain Protective Gear

            3. Plot a Course and Measure

            4. Consider the Frost Line

            5. Call Your Local Rental Store and Reserve a Trencher

            6. Pickup Your Unit and Learn How to Operate It

            7. Start to Trench

            8. Why DIY?

June has come and gone, and the weather is getting hot out there! DIY homeowners across the nation are planning to install residential sprinklers and keep their yards looking green. We tagged up with Brady Walling, Marketing Manager with local rental store Tates Rents in Boise, ID, to get a feel for his recent experience using the Barreto RTK Trencher to install a sprinkler system at his home. He reports that “The unit was extremely user-friendly, and ripped right through my trenches.” 

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