It's a builder who had the sprinkle system installed for the owner who hasn't moved in as yet. The system is running a long the side of my property of drive way . It goes on early morning and my huge concrete drive way is wet but the inportant thing is so much water comes on drive way that a large pool of water laids in middle of my drive way going across from my house to their grass the pool of water stays there every day till 4 in afternoon then drys up for a few hours. Now after day after day and in a year water laying there can lift concrete . I had the zoning officer out too day and when he finished it comes down to no violatation by them too bad I can't do a thing about it. I lived here for years never had water and if I want to sell property I have water in drive way every day that they will see which could lower the value of sale. That's why I am asking you does the system need to be how many inches or feet from my property??? Right now it's up to my property. The zoning guy was not nice to me as a property owner for years. This only started 2-3 weeks ago and this is the first time I said anything because I was in a hospital and I just buried my husband. I am out now and need to get answeres. What are the zoning laws in Margate for this a sprinkler system installed so close to some ones property. There must be requirements on this,
I asked if a company putting in a sprinkler system has to be inches or feet away from someones property. Your ans sounds like there is no rules for them to follow they can put it anywhere. You did not give me anything on installation of sprinklers what they are allowed or not allowed to do. Where is the rules listed for sprinklers that I can look up. Send the sample letter I can use to send them as a nuisance.
Hello friend. I am sorry you are unhappy with my answer. I will opt out and will open this up for other experts, and perhaps another expert can find these "rules for sprinklers" because my conclusion is that they do not exist; but another expert may have another opinion. Best of luck in this and all your endeavors.
I see that you expert opt out of this question. However, if you click onto the blue links he provided you will have more insight to the answer that was givenAnd so if there is no law or ordinance, we cannot make them up.
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