Recent patio completion

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by MRBsx2, Jan 23, 2008.

  1. MRBsx2

    MRBsx2 LawnSite Member
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    Thought id post a recent job ive been workin on and actually just finished up not long ago... this patio still needs to be acid washed and sealed up but that can wait for warmer weather, the patio is 360 sqft of pa flag.

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  2. pj550v12

    pj550v12 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Very nice, while I'm excited to move to the next level and begin learning patio and walkway installation, this is the work I'm really eager to learn, natural stone patios and walls. To me at least, that wall is beautiful, good work.
     
  3. neversatisfiedj

    neversatisfiedj LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Nice. Veneer stone ? I like the pergola.
     
  4. PatriotLandscape

    PatriotLandscape LawnSite Bronze Member
    from MA
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    That is a good looking patio. The wall is great as well.
     
  5. Birdjr

    Birdjr LawnSite Senior Member
    from nnj
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    Nice work looks great!
     
  6. ZX12R

    ZX12R LawnSite Senior Member
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    Beautiful work,the craftsmanship on the wall looks awesome.
     
  7. Captains Landscape

    Captains Landscape LawnSite Senior Member
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    That’s not veneer, that’s colonial wall stone thin. Nice job
     
  8. bigw

    bigw LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Man you do awsome work,i wish i could do as good of a job!!! was that really a pattern in the patio or did you just wing it as you went?
     
  9. MRBsx2

    MRBsx2 LawnSite Member
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    Thanks for the complements, this is pretty much what i stick to doing it takes longer then pavers to install and can be a pain in the a$$, but i worked for a stone/brick mason actually they were 2 brothers for 3 1/2 years and learned more stuff then you could ever imagine. The pergola was custom built by a carpenter it turned out nice.
    Captains is right it is not veneer stone its pennsylvania colonial wall stone with 18" bluestone cap.

    BigW there is no pattern with random flagstone you have to know how to break up the joints and place different colored stones through out the whole thing all stones are sawed to fit so there are no fat joints. Basically like you said i just "wing it".
     
  10. monty33

    monty33 LawnSite Member
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    Good looking stone work. We also get into some mortared stone patios throughout the year and would like your opinion on control joints. Do you put any in the concrete pad or have you ever cut any into the stone? We don't see control joints very often in these situations nor have we cut into actual stone/mortar, but remain curious. Any insight would be great from any of you hardscapers/masons.
     

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