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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by springman26, Jul 20, 2003.

  1. springman26

    springman26 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 75

    Ok here is a walkway I threw down for my grandmother. Any comments?

  2. GLAN

    GLAN Banned
    Messages: 1,647

    looks nice
  3. Art Stubbs handy 58

    Art Stubbs handy 58 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 132

    :) I bet your Granny is happy:D

    Looks nice for just throwing it down.... what type of flagstone do you you use in your area????
  4. Lombardi

    Lombardi LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 538

    Looks good. Some tumbled brick added for edging would have complemented your install real well. You can still add it on if you want.
  5. NNJLandman

    NNJLandman LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,306

    Looks good man i'll have to take some pics of my recent stone walk install.

    Around here theres a guy who will paint the cement to look like a stone walk, nice designs and colors. He does a great job and it looks great.
  6. springman26

    springman26 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 75

    thanks guys! Yea now Grannies friend wants me to do one for her. Oh the $$ ! These stones I got off another job we had for free so that worked out nice. All I had to buy was the crushed concrete, sand and fabric. Total cost around $200 I think.

    NNJ would that be Stampcrete you are talking about? Some guys do it around here, looks pretty good.
  7. Turfdude

    Turfdude LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,899

    Looks pretty good. You should consider either a brick or aluminum edging product to complete the job;)
  8. Darwin

    Darwin LawnSite Member
    Messages: 101

    I couldn't tell what you used for a base in the picture.

    What was it, and will it hold it in place?

    Just curious.

    Look nice.
  9. springman26

    springman26 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 75

    The base is about 3-4 inches crushed concrete tamped then about 2 in sand, then a top layer of fine crushed gravel. Very crummy pic have to get another one.
  10. jwholden

    jwholden LawnSite Member
    from CT
    Messages: 218

    Did you set those stones in cement or sand?

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