Smithcliffs

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falonland
Falon Land Studio LLC added this to A Guide to Concrete As a Landscape Paving Material17 August 2018

ProsSuitable for all climatesVery affordableStandard building material that’s easy to source Easy to maintainCan be coloured, sealed, stamped and finished in many different waysConsRequires properly prepared subgrade and aggregate drainage layersRequires hardening or curing time and low humidity to set to its final hardnessCan crack over timeShown A series of cast-in-place concrete rectangles separated by small strips of turfgrass. Each square was poured individually into formwork onsite.Check out these garden pavement ideas

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lisaballoutyler
lisaballoutyler added this to Tyler summer houses6 days ago

Love the large stone/ragged edge/grass interface

jpwren
Jenny Wren added this to Patio13 October 2020

how about this with grass in between. the patio sections are framed out like this and poured. it would be leved in order to drain off to the side of the house into the new drainage.

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