In most cases the boulders are free. Usually native to the site. Hauling not free (usually).
We built a 10' high boulder wall (using extremely large boulders) using boulders that were piled on site. Smaller boulders will go faster as they're lighter. But it's still good old fashioned manual labor working with a product of nature. One boulder at a time. The cost came from the labor. Very little material expense. A block wall with grid and engineering would have cost less than the boulder wall.
I'm a firm believe in charging strictly time and material for boulders (small or huge). Extremely time consuming. (in comparison to block)
"It's You vs. You"
"People Throw Rocks At Things That Shine"
My Equipment Brag List:
-1 CAT hat
-16 pairs of Hanes socks (the Heavy Duty model), many with holes.
-12 pairs of underwear, ranging from Joe Boxers to Jockey, many are in need of replacement. (no more photo requests please)
-hundreds of t-shirts. Some w/ grease stains, some torn & tattered.
-7 pairs of jeans, ranging from Levis to Polo to GAP. 1/2 of them have holes in 'em.
-1 pair of old worn out Nike shoes.
Last edited by DVS Hardscaper; 05-10-2013 at 09:48 AM.