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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by wahlturfcare, Nov 10, 2006.
thought id post a pic of a retaining wall im doing.
looks great...nice job holding the lines throughout
nice lil house too.....dog has a HUGE bowl!
Not much to see in that pic.
All I see is lawn and the back of a lab.
Maybe zoom in on the wall a bit? More wall and less lawn, as well as less garage or house or whatever it is!
Is that a barn, a garage, a house, what in the fock is that anyway. Your workmanship looks good, however those blocks are as ugly as the building. Keep up the good work!
Am I the only one seeng the joints? Do we need to sit down in class and go over proper joint placement?
When I went to school, it was outside the class that we learned about proper joint placement. I agree Paul. Looks like they aren't staggered properly to me either.
Not Half Bond...
I realize you loose your lines symmetric on turns. But you could of cut a block here and there to regain the look.
If there is 1/4 block bond, then it should be fine structurally. You end up with the same bond when you build a versa-lok outside corner.
Aesthetically, well, it's consistent, which is acceptable.
I usually stack from the middle of the turn, but I've done it both ways. I've only made cuts on really long turns where the 1/4 block bond would be in jeopardy.
it doesn't even look like 1/4 bond to me.