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Old 07-09-2012, 06:49 PM   #1
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Weeping tiles 2012 project


This is not exactly DIY as I'm getting it done by contractors, but thought I would share the progress anyway as the work is underway. I'll be at work while they're working so will only really have pics of in between days.


There was a deck here. It was built to last. Unfortunatly one of the leaks was under it. After a day worth of man power, it is now gone. You can see the marks it has left to give an idea of how seriously built this thing was. They really took "a deck is part of the house" literally. It's more like the house is part of the deck.


To make it easier I posted it all on my blog so I'll just link to the post:

http://www.redsquirrel.me/2012/07/we...012-day-1.html

Thought I'd share.

Edit: Come to think of it guess I should have posted this in OT. Maybe someone move it.


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More pics, job is mostly done now. Just need to lay down some black earth and I can add grass seed.














Lots of pics here:
http://www.redsquirrel.me/2012/07/we...012-day-1.html
http://www.redsquirrel.me/2012/07/we...012-day-2.html
http://www.redsquirrel.me/2012/07/we...012-day-3.html
http://www.redsquirrel.me/2012/07/we...012-day-4.html

Quite the job, I'm kind of glad I did not do it myself like I originally intended.

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