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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by alldayrj, Jun 19, 2013.
So they won't slip and fall.
oh i thought you were doing the whole driveway in brick, plus redoing the lawn, adding landscaping, + the walkway and landings. i don't do hardscapes, my dad and brother did, still do a little. I never really learned how to do it, i kinda wish i did but its not the end of the world.
Do what you do well. And do a lot of it.
Who else has some?
Can't sleep so I made these from last years jobs
Finished last week. Black top goes in in a few more weeks.
It was not fun building into that hillside
Odds and ends of work from this season
Nice work with the boulders as usual. It's funny how work is in different areas. You guys rip out a lot of pavers and block. Everything here is concrete.
What saw did you use to cut that porch?
I hire a guy with a hydraulic cutter. I use him all the time to cut concrete
Job we did while customer was away, they didn't see us show up and we were gone when they got home. No pictures sent, just trusted we would do a good job. How often does that happen?