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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by CaliDesigns, Oct 5, 2008.
Looks amazing. I would LOVE to have that in my backyard. Very nice work.
zedosix, why wouldn't you try it up there? I gets just as cold here as it does there? The drains are connected and go to daylight, but I didn't do it, the landscaper did.
This job was done for a Kiewitt guy that is a civil engineer that specializes in concrete. If done right, anything can be done in concrete! I'll take on any challenge.
I guess the biggest problem in our area is not just frost but a heavy clay subsoil. If the drainage is not properly attended to that concrete slab will move and crack the first year. I guess I'm just afraid to have to go back in and cango the whole bloody thing apart. Brick is just safer in my opinion.
how many different pours? is that 3 seperate finishes around pool?how many different colors? and what did you use to face the steps? it really looks great
We have clay here also. I pour on top of 2-4 inches of compacted recycled concrete, have #4 rebar 2' on center each way, and have proper expansion and control joints. Last year I had pool decks heave an inch and a half and no cracking.
8 pours, there is colored broomed, seamless stamped, and exposed aggregate. used brickform formliners for the steps. The coping has a different formliner for the face.
Guess his neighbor loves to see that big pool in his front yard
Sure is a nice job
the red house is his old house, its getting torn down.
That looks awesome, is that all concrete?