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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Gilmore.Landscaping, Apr 28, 2012.
I am thinking he didn't get a permit for this one.....
ok, I'm confused. I thought you needed 48" footers where you are. Why would a local store even CARRY those floating deck blocks?
Correct he should have a 48" footer. and if he had gotten a permit, (which is required also) he would have know that. They are sold as DIY stuff for sheds and small decks. I have seen decent decks build with them but you have to have a solid foundation below and low decks, like 1' off the ground max.
You don't need a permit if your amish.
It's just a temporary wood ladder with a landing.
Went out to a job today. A wall rebuild for a small two tiered wall. Got one of the walls torn out and discovered the reason the wall failed. No base rock, no backfill rock. All they did is place a 2x4 in the dirt and built the wall on the 2x4s. Never seen anything like it but nowadays doesn't surprise me.
what part of bucks county are you from?
does anyone have a pic of a failed basket weave pattern sidewalk? preferably a photo of joint separation on an incline application... I am trying to show a customer why a herringbone pattern is better for his walkway, and google isn't bringing anything up... thanks in advance
I'm in the very northern part of the county. Do you know the area?
Got two for you.
Thought this was a small garden wall but I was wrong. It's a new culture stone retaining system. Pitiful on so many levels
And here's a beautiful homeowner job. It's taken about 2 months. Completely back filled with RCA. And he can't afford a string line.