Little job we did over the winter.

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by kootoomootoo, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. kootoomootoo

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  2. kootoomootoo

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  3. A+ Lawncare

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    dang.... great job, we have a lit bit of that type of work @ my house but w/o the walls... we have a downstairs patio & steps/walkway out of those stones...

    I'll say it again, killer job.... how long did it take ya and how big was your crew you had on that job... what was the total bill for the work?
     
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  6. dvmcmrhp52

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    Nice work Kootoo,
    I especially like the fire pit.
     
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  8. A+ Lawncare

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    this guy had more $$ than anything..... do you do all of his out door yard work? shot us a pic of his house, i wanna see this manson
     
  9. kootoomootoo

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    Here is sort of a before pic...Crew consisted of one ie myself over the winter and 2 in early spring. We had record snow fall up here from the friggin day we excavated so very little got done over the winter. 12 inch footers on all walls, geogrid, sump pump, drainage everywhere, customer installed landscape lighting all around etc ...worth a few $$$$ is all I will say.....next winter I am going back home. :)

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  10. A+ Lawncare

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    if i was to guess the job was at least $20k?
     

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