how to level the ground for pavers. available at most home improvement and supply stores, pavers are small, specialty stones that can transform any yard or garden into a work of art. like all outdoor decor, pavers require some preparation
there is no reason to be intimidated by the prospect of pouring concrete over an uneven yard. while it may look difficult at first glance, the procedure remains the same, regardless of the surface
if all ground were level, a lot of construction would be easier. unfortunately, the earth is not flat, so yard pavers must sometimes be installed on uneven areas. there are design techniques to cope with these situations. all pavers -- brick, concrete or stone -- must be laid on a firm base of gravel and sand or, in extreme conditions, concrete.
how to build a patio. so you can cover lots of ground in little time. to install a slate patio you would have to hire a contractor to pour a concrete slab, then mix up some more concrete
the two-story, 3,400-square foot house has a balcony, walk-in closet, fireplace, two-car parking garage, concrete patio, large kitchen and spa-like master bath with double vanities.
whether you want to add or extend a porch to your backyard, build a new shed or lay a new driveway, you must always prepare the ground before pouring concrete. if you pour concrete on ground that isn't level, the concrete will most likely crack, break apart or sink. pouring the concrete is easy; framing out the area and prepping the ground can
how to protect your driveway from being plowed in after snow storm. by mark abrams january 7, 2013 at 4:37 am. filed under: lower merion township director of public works don cannon,
pouring a concrete slab isn't difficult, but it can be a bit tricky, especially if the ground where you are attempting to pour the slab is uneven. as long as the form in which you are pouring the cement, is level, what happens underneath the cement is not as critical.
container gardening, simply put, is growing plants in containers or pots, rather than in the ground. if your yard is nothing more than a concrete slab, or you don't have one at all, container