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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by start2finish, Apr 30, 2006.
Here are a couple of versa-lok, walnut blend, weathered, mosiac pattern walls
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Looks like you were taking pics of the houses rather than the walls. Where are the closer shots????
i took the pictures to edit them and place plants for customer's approval. There are a couple of closer ones posted.
Looks nice.Good job.
Is it me, or does it look like the wall in the first pic dives to the left?
I thought the same, it might be the perspective though.
it is dead on. the grade of the beds and lawn give it that illusion. I even double checked it. I would have liked to stepped it up a block, but the customer was very specific on how it should be. We are adding 30 feet to the left end in the coming weeks, as soon as our schedule allows. We tried to sell it with the wall, but he inisisted that he wanted it like it is. After he saw it he called to add.
interesting patterns. I still don't understand how you reinforce those walls. where does the grid attch to? or does it not?
Nice Job BTW.
You can attach every 10 inches of wall height .......