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View Poll Results: Which adds more curb appeal and value at equal cost?
Ledger Panel Porch Surround 1 50.00%
Segmented Retaining Wall Porch Surround 1 50.00%
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Old 07-22-2011, 01:40 PM   #1
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Vote on Pic: Segmented RW vs. Stone

*Please vote which you think adds more curb appeal / value at the same cost.*

Notwithstanding other variables/factors (I'm trying to gauge what is better for resale at same cost to me - independent of "get what you'll enjoy as I may sell soon) do you guys think a planter bed around an L-shaped front porch (22' long side, 10' short side) appears more *higher-end* and adds more value with the Segmented Retaining Wall or Ledger Stone (quartzite) panels?

1) This is the panel I'd be using: , in this sort of setup

2) This is the SRW I'd be using:


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Old 07-22-2011, 07:14 PM   #2
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This can not be answered without a picture of the house---Post a picture and then you will get some looks and answers.

By the way,I like the Sierra Blue----


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