319 excavation Outdoor Design Photos

Garrett Churchill Inc.
Garden Pond Rydal, Pa
Ideabooks8,662
Questions2
Rubber liners are also common. Strips are rolled out, sealed together and used to line an excavated hole. Rocks and other design elements are added on top and then filled with water. Pros: They are common and fairly inexpensive. You can purchase
Rubber liners are also common. Strips are rolled out, sealed together and used to line an excavated hole. Rocks and other design elements are added on top and then filled with water. Pros: They are common and fairly inexpensive. You can purchase a prepackaged pond kit with rubber liners for $850 to $1
“bridge, waterfall, and fish” — Marina Schmid
STEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTS
5 Reviews
HOUSE IN SOUTH KENSINGTON
Ideabooks167
Questions0
basement excavation
“Decked planters” — andyodonnell
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks499
Questions1
We prepared the concrete and poured it into the excavated area, leaving about half an inch between the top of the ground and the top of the concrete. Once the wet concrete was poured, I pressed about 10
We prepared the concrete and poured it into the excavated area, leaving about half an inch between the top of the ground and the top of the concrete. Once the wet concrete was poured, I pressed about 10 2-foot-long rods of rebar into it for added strength, then made sure the cement was level.
“DIY Firepit” — jsrsgr
Falling Waters Landscape
9 Reviews
Misc.
Ideabooks3,034
Questions2
9. Build a sandpitBuilding a sandpit is a relatively easy job. A little excavation and four railway sleepers cut to size are the main requirements. Use washed sand to fill the pit and seriously consider a tight-fitting cover or
“Kids' area” — gouffre28
Horizon Habitats
Rose Bay residence I
Ideabooks20
Questions0
Suburbs, as builder David Moses from Horizon Habitats explains. “Access was very difficult to the pool area and the boathouse in particular. All excavated materials had to come out via a barge. But the outlook made it worth it,” he says. “This home has an incredibly open view of the ocean, yet is also
“Check lighting” — Kerryn Ramsey
Coffman Studio
The Colony House
Ideabooks6,364
Questions7
positive drainage underneath the synthetic turf. Consider your finished grade (the height of the ground) in these early steps to determine if further excavation of the area is necessary. You don't want your installed turf to sit higher than the surrounding area. Once you've spread the aggregate, use a water
“Nice chill out area, really want a firepit looks good on the deck. Love the yellow block colour to.” — Sharon Macmillan
Exedra Architects
exedra architects
Ideabooks11,357
Questions2
Advantages of Shallower PondsLess excavation means less work and fewer materials, so you’ll save money on construction costs and backaches.
“Garden pond bridge” — barrym2121
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
6 Reviews
Just a Fabulous Place to call Home
Ideabooks30,648
Questions9
fire brick interior, includes a custom log grate and gas starter, and is finished with a four-piece thermal bluestone coping. The sloping grade was excavated and retained with curved bluestone steps and snapcut limestone.
fire brick interior, includes a custom log grate and gas starter, and is finished with a four-piece thermal bluestone coping. The sloping grade was excavated and retained with curved bluestone steps and snapcut limestone.
“The fireplace” — baseballbabe
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