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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Supertiger, Jul 25, 2008.
grid on 4/23/08? Is that circle on 9/10/06 still standing. Thats some interesting block I like the way a few of them look. Looks like the stuff they sells at HD. Is it pavestone?
Yes your right Its pavestone from Home depot. Yes all walls still standing. see picture 7-18-08.
Looks like a wide range of variety for the portfolio to show customers.
Excellent looking work. I especially like the natural stone entryway to the cemetery. As previously mentioned, outstanding portfolio to show to potential customers. Keep up the good work!
Heck of an effort up loading pics Didnt care for 04 pics nothing personal just the block and what you had to create. The smaller block in later pics looked real nice. Good job.
I guess the cemetery gate fooled you too, its actually stack stone vernier mortared to concrete blocks. but from a distance it looks real enough.
Mike33 I agree with you that concrete block in the 04 picture was a style that was being discontinued by its manufacturer so i got a big discount on what was left of it. it saved on the cost of the job. That block would look better if it had a nice cap stone but there wasn't any being made any longer.
hey, what is that yellow loader backhoe thing?? make/model??