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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by tthomass, Aug 27, 2007.
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Guess I should have done these first.......just some of the fun.
Hope everybody has had a good year. God blessed us and this was our biggest project to date. Hopefully '08 will hold another 1, 2, 3, 4.......of these .......one more week and we're shutting down.
looks nice, pool or a tennis ct?
its a pool
the guy who cuts the grass is going to hate you for the steps....
Good looking work todd.....
May I ask the total price on the job?
Total I do not know as I did not handle the pool........and unfortunitely the guy that did the pool also did the hardscaping which for me is not up to par.
I did all site work, drainage and grading (see previous pics) + plants and portion of the pergola + dry lay.
TThomas- Thats alot of plantings! Everything you did looks good. I am guessing you had no say in the position of the pool. A pool should almost never go in the center of the backyard. Thats a typical design mistake.
The channel drain sticks out like a sore thumb. When i have a free moment i'll pm you a way to hid it completly and still have it be functional.
I didn't do the masonry.....just the dry lay.
The pool was actually meant to be that way. The homeowner literally showed a picture and said I want it just like that. Then the landscaping was incorporated etc and the process began. The pool guy, though nice, was a royal pain to work with and made several errors. One being the pool is 1' lower then it was supposed to be and created all kinds of drainage issues. He also didn't do all the grading he was supposed to but thats okay with me as I took care of it $$. T190 earned its keep on this job.