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Huge trendy backyard concrete paver and l-shaped hot tub photo in San Francisco

Alamo Hillside Modern Home and PoolContemporary Pool, San Francisco

Peter Koenig Landscape Designer, Gene Radding General Contracting, Creative Environments Swimming Pool Construction

Huge trendy backyard concrete paver and l-shaped hot tub photo in San Francisco —  Houzz

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Terri Hoffman wrote:Nov 14, 2014
Is that artificial grass

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    Typically these roofs are 10' tall so the wall is maybe 12" less.

  • dakach

    Thank you so much for responding, much appreciated! It's beautiful!


Abraham Froman wrote:Sep 1, 2015
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    Midnight Sea and it's a Wet Edge product. Pebble Tech and Wet Edge are competitors that have very similar products. I like the wet edge product because of the applicator in my market in No. Ca. It's not just about the product… it's more about the applicator…. BTW, I have them add abalone shells to the mix to contrast the darker finish….. This finish will last you 30-40 years and although it's more than a standard plaster job, it's well worth it in the long run. This finish comes in the larger stones and the smaller stones (Satin Finish)… .I only use the smaller stones… you won't be unhappy unless you get a bad applicator…. Good Luck

rosi64 wrote:Jan 14, 2016
Where can I get the round white balls?

- Where can I get the round white balls? Love them!

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    SYNLawn

    That backyard is amazing! Is that artificial grass being used? If so, do you know what brand?

  • Antuaniece Campbell
    The round led balls can be found on ebay. Just type in 12 inch led ball...although those look like 22 inch balls, which very rare.
krystaldoumit wrote:Jun 24, 2016
How thick is the artificial grass strips that are between the slaps of

- How thick is the artificial grass strips that are between the slaps of concrete? Thanks!!

papillonhadley wrote:Jul 29, 2016
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    No I'm sorry that I don't know the name…. this was installed by the landscaper that worked with me on the job

wkeliuk wrote:Oct 31, 2016
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    It is a natural gray color to match the cement pour next to it... this material was installed by Western precast in Livermore, Ca.

lmwright wrote:Dec 21, 2016
Is the concrete poured in place, or are these pavers?

  • Leanne

    Yes, beautiful! And no upkeep -- even better. Thank you for sharing this information.

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    You're welcome...


brejchap wrote:Apr 12, 2017
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    We used natural gray color and it's precast... depending on the area of the country, you have several options. My experience is that it's always best to use a local vender... this manufacture is in the SF East Bay area.....

duke10 wrote:Apr 25, 2018
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    This is a standard horse hair broom finish.... very simply but none skid...

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