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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by MarcusLndscp, Nov 17, 2006.
a few things we've been up to
after pics of the prior ones
some steps we just finished...pics with plantings to come soon...and alot of flat bluestone work
more to follow in the future.....I need to learn to take more pics on a daily basis
I also realized I posted pics of quite a few jobs we did earlier in the year already a couple months ago...no need to repeat
Great great stone work... some of the best ive seen.. hope you had a great season. Many projects lined up to keep you busy this winter or you slowing right down??
Thanks...we've got more stone work on our plate right now than we've had all year. Makes us nervous with snow in the future. Luckily alot of it is indoors...fireplaces, floors, entry foyers etc
I know I already told you, Mark, but those steps are great! Those grill enclosures are cool too.
Thanks Mark....we just finished planting and mulching the slope around them today. That and the patios are almost ready for finish pics too. They're looking awesome. I'm quite pleased with the job the guys are doing on the patio. H2B workers from hardscaping heaven!!!!
Very nice work, nice to see some natural stone work.
Do you have a full time mason, or are you the head mason?
Are you the owner?
Where in Vt. did you work?
Thanks, just curious because I am in Vt. and we do alot of stone work. I am interested how other guys crews work together as far as stone work and other landscape such as planting, and grading. are they seperate or all one crew?