Paver patio is coming along nicely! Ordered some more 12 x 12 block that we are waiting for to come in along with some steps where we are going to have a break in the wall that we will be building. My clients have had to look at a hall in their yard for a really long time and got a hold of me to fulfill their vision. I couldn't have asked to work with better clients who are so hands-on and know exactly what they want! Collaborating with these clients has been such an amazing and fun journey and I truly feel blessed to own a company where I get to Experience times in my life with amazing projects, clients, and crew! #Landscaping #Hardscapes #Patio #RetainingWalls Nathan Mishler Dylan Amaral
Getting ready to install a 36' x 24' paver patio. Had to do some excavation and curtain drains as well as some leveling. Put the fabric down, and then the gravel on top of the fabric and the curtain drains and then compacted the gravel. Next step Screet The sand, put up the retaining walls and the pavers for the patio. Then the fire pit. Columns will be in each corner as well :-)
Finished this gorgeous patio with couple different sets of steps and retaining walls today. This was an amazing project and the clients were even more amazing! My crew has been the most amazing through all of it! Even the ones that had to pick up the slack on other jobs while I was on this project made it all possible! All that is left is some of the cleanup detail but the patio and walls and steps are all done and ready for the gazebo, outdoor furniture, barbecue and other entertainment accessories! Leslee Schultz-Francis Douglas Francis Dylan Amaral Travis Eaklor Nathan Mishler
It's a more work on the dry river/pond brought in lots of compost, placed some more rock, Carved out Where a majority of the trail is going to be, shaped more beds, prepared areas for steps and a bridge... Etc. the progress on this is been grueling, it's pretty rough terrain, but makes all the hard work that goes into this much more Rewarding! Will update with more photos for tomorrow's progress :-)
The gentleman who owns this property has a beautiful deck that he wanted a walkway to as well as something to accentuate it. This was cost efficient and a warm inviting Design so as not to take away from it But enhance its character. Used some of the excess soil around the border to get rid of the dangerous trip hazards in the yard and make it so he would be able to mow right up to it without having to weed eat.