Irrigation valves

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Bsuds
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Re: Irrigation valves

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I have 1" valves running from 3/4" and even 1/2" pipes. The fittings are available. Just go to Rona or home depot and look and I have never paid $12 for a fitting or coupling.

I find Rona always has a better selection in stock.
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I've always gone here https://vankel.ca/ Van-Kel Irrigation.

They are at 199 Pinto Rd (off Sexsmith in Kelowna).

Their prices are generally better and you're getting the professional product. Also, they offer advice if you want it. When I put my own irrigation in a few years back I was in there every few weeks and they were most helpful.
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Re: Irrigation valves

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Growers Supply on Acland road is another good option when it comes to irrigation fittings and components at a reasonable price.
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Re: Irrigation valves

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Just got an e-mail from Wyze about their new irrigation controller.
Looks interesting and you might want to check it out.

https://wyze.com/wyze-sprinkler.html?lid=ndyyhq1yk9z3
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