Walkway completion

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Viseras lawn service, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. Viseras lawn service

    Viseras lawn service LawnSite Member
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    Walkway we just did...Diddnt turn out as good as i'd like but customer was happy.

    They just had the stamped concrete & pool installed. The pavers are from patio that was where the pool is now. (just reused them)

    We are doing another small patio in the back yard with the rest of the pavers...

    Let me know what you think.

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  2. Viseras lawn service

    Viseras lawn service LawnSite Member
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    One more, We also installed the spruces along the fence & lawn

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  3. amscapes03

    amscapes03 LawnSite Senior Member
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    All in all, it looks fine. The inside and outside curves do look a little wobbly. What are you using for edging. Plastic, or are you soldering cobblestones?
     
  4. Viseras lawn service

    Viseras lawn service LawnSite Member
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    Yeah I agree.
    The outside curve was alot easier to cut and came out tighter than the inside curve. It was a pain to get it right because they wanted that inside curve so tight.

    I am also not crazy about the flair leading out to the driveway, but as long as they are happy.

    We will be putting the plastic edge on and just seeding up to it.

    They are old pavers so once I put the edge and poly sand in I am going to seal it to try and get some life back in them.
     
  5. amscapes03

    amscapes03 LawnSite Senior Member
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    lol .... I actually like the flair.
     
  6. 02DURAMAX

    02DURAMAX LawnSite Gold Member
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    Turned out Nice!!
     
  7. JimmyStew

    JimmyStew LawnSite Senior Member
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    Like the other said, the curves are a bit choppy. The only other thing I see, and this may just be personal preference but, where the flare meets the driveway, I would have continued the soldier course that parallels the walk to the driveway and cut the row that borders the drive to fit. The way you have it now, the border flows in a nice curve but then goes straight when it meets the drive.
     

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