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|Posted on November 11, 2019 at 5:14 PM||comments (0)|
It's amazing how much work goes into a small 8'x15' patio.
From selecting the flagstone, to getting it delivered to completion it's surprising.
The weeds had to pulled and and the small concrete slab busted up. Look how much concrete just in that small area.
We cleaned up the area, got the wrong substrate delivered. It created extra work but we made it happen.
Here's Amrando (probably not happy with the crushed stone gravel) but he's doing a good job.
Next we made an awesome bech/storage out of pressure treated lumber. We placed a PVC lid to make it water proof.
The finish is wood composite deck board from TimberTech. This product comes with a 30 year fade & stain warranty.
The homeowner did a great job in softening the look and making it cozy.
|Posted on February 10, 2017 at 7:29 AM||comments (0)|
ALPHARETTA: What in the world can be do with a bunch of rocks? You'd be surprised.
This is the old look...plain, nothing especial. We were doing a lot of work on this home and had a great hunch that this portion of the project would look awesome.
We're removing the old siding getting it ready for all those dumb stones.
We removed the old siding and foam, and installed new plywood, then black roofing paper, then special wire mesh to hold the mortar and stones.
Off we go one stone at a time. Yes, ONE stone at a time.
Time's three. :)
It's still a process.
Let me tell you it looks sharp. Really complements the beautiful deck we installed.
Look how well it goes with the Tigerwood Decking from TimberTech Decking.
It looks cozy, and warm like it was intended to do.
|Posted on February 10, 2017 at 6:56 AM||comments (0)|
ALPHARETTA: We always appreciate inside work and on this particular home we did a LOT of inside and outside work.
We removed the drywall to install new 2x6's for eaiser and batter placement of the soon to be installed tv mount. We do this to prevent being at the installation mercy of the 2x4 studs.
We also opened the wall to have proper support for the 4x12 rough-sawn cedar mantle. We didn't want exposed support brackets because of our end vision.
With the pre-work done we commenced the main scope of the project. The mantle is protected.
BAM!! We installed new stones that will make a refreshing and drastic improvement to this living room.
Buh-Bam! In goes the hearth. One beautiful 6' piece stone from the Stone Center of Georgia (Roswell)
Wrapping up the last details but it's essentially done.
|Posted on January 21, 2017 at 7:58 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted on October 17, 2014 at 8:16 PM||comments (0)|
We replaced the damaged stone in te patio, connected the drainage from the garage gutter, and installed a drain box that led to a drain in the retaining wall.
Yeah, we did a pre-tty, pre-tty good job.
What exactly is that we do? We provide a little help for a little while for a lot of things. From home improvements & home repairs, to moving services, handyman help, exterior house painting and more.
|Posted on August 12, 2014 at 7:29 PM||comments (203)|
|Posted on March 4, 2014 at 7:44 AM||comments (0)|