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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by leaflandscape, Aug 27, 2007.
Nobody can say we used too many plants on this one, but I guess grass is a plant.
too many rocks then
quality is there but I would do a larger Maple and the loose stones I would be concerned about rolling under shoes
I LOVE THAT spaced vertical railing. is that a fire pit with the loose stones?
what block is that. how did you attach the vertical block?
Nice looking work./.........
Looks good to me
Nice work, but don't like choice of material for top step, and its off centre isn't it. No pathway to the firepit, kinda strange. Overall looks like a nice job.
I do not want to bash, but i am very worried about the whole verticle block thing. I belive the industry as a whole is asking alot of adhesive. How many freeze thaw cycles will it be able to hold up through?
Love the railing, hate the loose stones. You went functional with step to the sliding door, works better that way. Symetrical on a sliding door looks better but, you only use a small portion of it. The patio looks better than the house with that vinyl siding up high.
i think that brick is old town i just finished a patio with similar pavers i used oyster blend looks real nice