The photos speak for themselves. Just had to lay a block wall to retain the pug mix for a paver patio. Nothing special. Just another day in the life of CCR!
I got a call from a contractor on this Job. His name is Cory. He wanted to give this house a face lift. He had been remodeling it to resell. We worked out a deal and started the project. This is a prime example of a face lift. Just that small amount of stone completely changed the curb appeal of this home.
P.S. I caught uncle Stoke off guard in one of these photos!
I am blessed to have the opportunities to work on beautiful homes. I absolutely love working on the lake. I have been known from time to time to take a dip to cool off. Unfortunately, it is winter. :/ Anyhow, this job was for a man named Coy. We faced some freezing days that prolonged this project. But after it was complete... it really changed his outdoor living area!
This job was for a man named Greg. He wanted this beautiful stacked stone on the face of his garage to match his house. He also wanted to add some boarders around his windows and door. The last touch would be the mailbox. I took Greg's wife's ideas and added some spice to the mailbox!
So, this small job was simple and easy. That doesn't take away from it's functionality! A good friend of mine had some left over material from a job in PA... so he asked us to make a patio for his father. Prime example of simple!
This job was for a man by the name of Steve. He is a great guy and needed some help revamping the front of his home. With some consultation and planning... we came up with this. The caps on columns were a bit of a challenge. I cut them from actual flagstone with a quickie saw. I think they turned out amazing. The stone used was Honey Suckle from general shale. Although the stone was time consuming to lay... i believe the extra time and effort were worth the end product!