18 x 36"
solar / mounted on your existing stand or in the middle of tables / reviews
shade for 38" to 48" table / reviews
hang lighting, and potted plants
silicone-based penetrating sealer / Q: Should we sand down gouges in our cement slab filled acrylic filler, will it look like a bunch of blotches being lighter than the older concrete?). sand the gouges down rather than fill. Our cement has gouges- rather not use acrylic filler. Would new blotches of cement look bad? Authentic Concrete Images – “use a planipatch and colour it to blend in with the floor. Takes a few mixes to get the right shade; try grey, black or brown to get it..”
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You are correct. It is LED strip lighting mounted to the steel frame under the bench. It is controlled by a switch integrated into the outdoor grilling space. Thanks for the question!
Reply to: You are correct. It is LED strip lighting mounted to the steel frame under the bench. It is controlled by a switch integrated into the outdoor grilling space. Thanks for the question!
LED strip lighting mounted steel frame bench, switch integrated with grill space
19 x 19 damp
colored concrete with saw cut control joints; concrete sections were scored at 5' centers while the bluestone steppers are 30" square. The runnels in the patio are 4" wide, filled with beach pebbles. The patio is approximately 1000 square feet. The fire pit and dining areas are identical and both are 270 square feet.
RECYCLED CONCRETE - removed part of the existing patio, cut these demo pieces, reused as pathway slabs. Saved the client a ton in new poured in place pavers. Banyon Tree Design Studio
4 pavers are side by side
4" slab with minimal rebar (24" spacing or wire mesh) may be sufficient. / installations in HOT weather often develop more shrinkage cracks than those poured under MODERATE WEATHER -reason is quick drying caused by the heat requires more water mixed into the concrete during the pour. The poured concrete fills a defined space, but as evaporation and hardening occur, the water disappears. If there was too much water in a soupy mix, the remaining matter is forced to fill excess volume, pulling the concrete apart. In short, too much water results in more shrinkage, which results in more hairline cracks. Proper control joints (the lines you can see on the surface of concrete slabs) and the use of synthetic fibers and sufficient rebar all help control cracking.
Attempt to patch extensive hairline cracks of recently poured concrete. Properly spaced control joints, grooved ONE INCH DEEP would have alleviated the extent of visible cracking/////Control joints are separations in the outer layer, providing a weakened location across the visible plane where hairline shrinkage cracks occur but are not visible. From the surface, you see the intentionally placed line (or joint), but not the crack itself.
This expansion joint on the left is filled with a flexible, compressible material such as an expansive foam, fiber or asphalt mixture.
how to light it for night -Slender Weaver Bamboo - Botanical Name bambusa textilis gracilis / 800 - 900mm between the deck and the fence (you could reduce this to about 500-600 if needed and you space the clumps with around 800mm centres
Driveway we repurpose- key is no rebar or mesh in the concrete. STAMP OVERLAY makes OLD look like NEW colored/stamped concrete. Not DIY [could add on, and stamp that too]. Pouring new concrete around existing patio, you would tie it into the existing pad with rebar to ensure the pad moves as one. If you decided to put stone overtop of the entire thing, separate movement could cause your stone to crack.