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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by TomG, Feb 7, 2011.
The only in progress photos I have. I only demoed, prepped and installed the granite on this job.
Just some more completed photos.
Looks like someone killed the family pet in the 3rd pic.
Very nice work! How do you like the grading bucket on the bobcat?
haha I know, the cat was there and just wouldn't leave, I think it liked the warm pavers.
The grading bucket and power tilt are awesome. I'd say they are on the machine 80% of the time. The power tilt makes the machine so more versatile, but it was very expensive. Its one of those things that makes you say, how did we live with out this before.
Awesome looking patio. Nice work
Hey, Tom. Novice here. Can you tell me which block that is in latest pix? Thanks.
Edit. By block, I meant paver.
Its Techo-Bloc's Blu 60. I believe it is the sandlewood color.
Thanks, I figured it was the Techo Blu. I'm surprised the relatively larger pavers look so good in a smaller area. This patio has class and looks as if it suits it space and purpose very well. Something to be said for the smaller projects done right.
Loving your posts, and you do amazing ex work for being 23..and Ive learned more just today alone in reading, and opening multiple tabs to explain verbage used so I can better understand my new position in the company I work for.
^^as for this set-up..you mentioned the airlines being a pain sometimes...get better airlines..these ones you are using are hard, and not as flexible...prolly dont coil well to put away either..when I was working in my uncles machine shop building engines, and race engines, we had the really nice Goodyear flexible airlines...never any issues. Once when another worker grabbed the airhose to work on the dirt track car at home, my uncles wife went and bought a 50ft roll of orange airhose...so at least I could keep working...and my uncle raised holy hell cuz he kept tripping over the hose.
bottom line..thanks Tom and your crew for the pics and effort!!! Cheers from the Cheesehead state