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Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
Masonry. Pros- durable, looks nice and modern. Cons- hard to install, expensive. You would find out this outside in driveways or patios or in the backyard. This is popular outdoors, but not indoors.
Masonry Flooring pros- durable cons- hard to install, expensive
Masonry - Pros: durable Cons: expensive, hard to install What type of room or building you would find this type of flooring in: outdoors. Popularity of the flooring:
Masonry Pros - Cant be too expensive and it looks nice outdoors. Cons - Really hard in case you fall or slip Outdoors on a patio Pretty popular
Masonry Flooring Pros - Durable Cons - espeisive; hard to install Not very popular inside but popular on driveways, and in backyards
“Pool and bricks” — auntal
FX Pros, LLC
5 Reviews
Midtown Little Rock Home
FX Pros, LLC
“ceiling” — sjflis
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
UPDATE: The synthetic turf on this property was provided and installed by Synthetic Grass Pros (http://www.syntheticgrasspros.com/). If you have any detailed questions about this specific project, give them a call and be sure to ask for Tim (
Installed by Synthetic Grass Pros (http://www.syntheticgrasspros
“Turf” — noannie1
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
Installed by Synthetic Grass Pros (http://www.syntheticgrasspros
“Steps like this would be cool for the boys too!” — missaegis
Famosa- The Surface Studio
1 Review
Pools & Water Features
foot (installed) is a jaw dropper, glass tile surfaces can last almost indefinitely if maintained properly.Cost estimate: $75 to $100 per square footPros:Endless variety of design possibilitiesLongest lasting of all pool finishesA shimmering and luxurious effectCons:Depending on the glass tile and pattern
“Cool tile” — aei1971
4 Reviews
Tropical Beach Entry Pool
the landscape's native boulders and grasses.Cost estimate: $92 to $105 per linear foot, installed (varies significantly according to region and labor)Pros: Long-lasting, resilient finish (15 to 20 years)More natural looking than plasterColor options give homeowners a variety of looksStain resistantNonslip
“Entry into pool” — atmullens
Suzanne O'Brien
11 Reviews
Hardscape Redesign
homeowners. This pool patio is made with Belgard Mega Bergerac Squares and the Belgard Dublin Cobble. Cost: $3.50 to $5.50 per square foot (materials only)Pros:Durable and affordableEasy to repair — if a paver is damaged, you can pull it out and replace itCon: Feels rougher on feet and hands
“Garden” — rochellemarie
Lang Pools Inc.
12 Reviews
stone can be installed on a base of compacted stone dust, as seen here.Cost: $18 to 22 square foot average installed, based on availability of the stonePros:Long lastingIndividual stones can be replaced if crackedCons:Needs to be sealed every seasonMaintenance on grout is necessary if there are extreme seasonal
“shape can still be covered” — vrkartchner
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