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Klondike Contracting
10 Reviews
Asymmetrical Overhaul
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and we provide countless styles/options. It's difficult to name out a price--it all depends on exactly what you choose. Feel free to give us a call at 1 (800) 873-5673 and we'll be happy to assist you. Also, visit our website at ... ____________________ About NanaWall Systems NanaWall Systems is the
to open the entire door. Cost: Folding glass doors can be pricey, especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000 to $30,000.
have to open the entire door.Cost: Folding glass doors can be pricey, especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000 to $30,000.
“family room to proch” — kazukosaunders
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greek Revival Recycle Princeton
Ideabooks2,427
Questions4
actually constructed from reclaimed 1/4" steel, and the stone type used in both the paving and the retaining wall is argillite slate. The arbor supports are antiques.
Thanks for compliment and question! The pergola is actually just reclaimed and re-purposed 1/4" steel. We hope that answers your question
Pergola is reclaimed repurposed 1/4" steel
1/4 " reclaimed and repurposed steel
Pergola top is actually constructed from reclaimed 1/4" steel, and the stone type used in both the paving and the retaining wall is argillite slate. The arbor supports are antiques.” The pergola is actually
1/4" steel and light posts, repurposed
“Metal arch” — kmbmartin
brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks2,005
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You can get from any wood supplier in Houston. The fence is 1x4 Cedar with 1/2" spacing.
cedar fence - 1x4 with 1/2" spacing
1x4 cedar woth 1/2" spacing
“madera” — veronicavas
Modern Patio
Ideabooks6,227
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Is this a high-grade western red cedar 1"x2", mounted 1" apart? Can you tell me if the posts are wood or metal? What product or stain was used to seal it?
1"x2", mounted 1" apart. Gap too much and does not provide enough privacy for our design. Must be less than 1"
“Lattice” — janwhitney
WA design
8 Reviews
Parlette Residence
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drains to a 1 1/2 inch pile of river rocks, a copper pan underneath collects the water for recirculation.
Modern Fountain It's made of concrete that was poured onsite. Pipes are embedded within each of the three towers and connect to their respective copper spouts. Water drains into a 1½-inch pile
difficult to put an exact price tag on this project because it was part of a larger backyard remodel, Parlette estimates a replica could be made for about $1,000 to $2,000.
concrete that was poured onsite. Pipes are embedded within each of the three towers and connect to their respective copper spouts. Water drains into a 1½-inch pile of river rocks, creating a gentle splash. A copper pan underneath collects the water for recirculation by way of the feature's single pump
“water feature” — jmorloff
EAG Studio
3 Reviews
Lucas Valley Estate
Ideabooks159
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They are ripped of solid Ipe cut down to 1 1/4 x 1 1/4
riel horizontal 1
“railing” — klhelmuth
Little Miracles Designs
9 Reviews
A Park Slope Modern
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Questions2
This is Ipe wood, boards are 1"x6'x8'. The posts are regular treated wood.
This is Ipe wood, boards are 1"x6'x8'. The posts are regular treated wood.
Fence, horizontal IPE 1x6
Ipe, 1 x 6 x 8...Fence 1x6x8
“Main Bedroom” — jamesmag
Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks10,980
Questions6
We're planning a home build - haven't broken ground hope to do so 1st part of 2013 weather permitting. Over the last 2y identifying "all".....or as many finishes as I can before ground break (help manage cost issues - even have 1st, 2nd, 3rd choices...just in case!). The focus over the last few weeks
weeks deciding on exterior finishes. Thank you for offering apld.org - there isn't a listed member in my area - only 1 for Indiana. But had a preliminary consultation with "Designscape Horticultural Services, Kyle Lueken, Landscape Designer/Consultant, LEED Accredited Professional - several months
Oooh, I like that too but can't grow it in Gulf Coast z9. I can't describe the 1st time I ever saw it. It was planted in about a 10'x8' masse - took my breath away. It was at a memorial garden dedicated to the first responders at the
“love the stone.” — norajaye
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