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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by TerraVenture, Jan 19, 2006.
here are some pictures
This is the only real softscaping job I did this year, I had to wait until mid June before it was dry enough.
This is one of my favorite customers. The lawn was yellow and very sparse when I started. Before you say Anything I know the brick edge is sticking up. I didn't get it low enough.
did you do the pergola???
I built the pergola, the deck, the gazebo, and the patio. I have before pictures but i need to resize them. That job is in an area that is nothing but large boulders. Most of them i removed but one was too large and we have to cut off a couple of inches to fit under the pavers.
Very nice looking. Thanks for sharing.
How did you not get the edge restraint low enough? Isn't it installed on your base?
Good question, I wondered that as well. Not trying to beat you up, you did really super work, but just takes one (even small) visual detail to detract from the overall workmanship IMO.
If the edge restraint is not installed on your base you are opening yourself up to bigger problems in the form of rework down the road.
Is it possible that frost pushed it up. I know this is a problem in colder areas where I am.
Very nice work