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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Gilmore.Landscaping, Apr 28, 2012.
I need to know what he used to form to get the elegant flowing curves
hmm, lets play a game. Hack or just old?
this kids pulling it down by hand faster than the skid steer
Schaefers, the culprit
no footing, block not filled, verdict?
a number of years ago i had a handy women underbid me for a job and she did a concrete walkway for $400. I priced at $850 and I was just starting out. I said let her do it (I was pissed because the lady wanted the extra bags of materials from a previous job because she was convinced se paid for them. The lady did the sidewalk using her hand and a plastic glove to smooth out the concrete. Funniest thing ever. I charged $200 more to break it out and the lady accepted. She was humbly begging me to come back.
wow I would love to see pics of a true "Hand Trowel" finish, hahaha
that handywoman must have a hell of a strong grip
would love to see pics of that. I would have saved a piece to show future customers LOL
Alright Whos the hack that did this?
Ooh, that's pretty bad.
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oh you want a water feature.....hmmm Okay. I have some liner and foam, how hard can this be right Ted? Little foam here, little foam there. Its down right horrible how people actually pay for this mess.
Looks like 1'' flagstone was used as the base??
Must look pretty stupid at night?? It'd be a good demo set up for you.