Patios and Walkways

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Taunton Press, 2004 - Gardening - 121 pages
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An attractive walkway or terrace dramatically improves a home's curb appeal and livability. In many older homes, walkways and terraces need updating or replacement, and new homes are often sold without these enhancements. The projects illustrated in Patios and Walkways, from rustic stone paths to handsome new patios, can be completed within 1-3 days and are explained step-by-step, allowing even first-time masons to achieve professional results. The book helps homeowners select from the wide variety of outdoor materials and tools available at home stores and landscape centers.
 

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Contents

Contents
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Main Entry Makeover
22
Step Upgrade
32
StackedBlock Raised Bed
42
BBQ Headquarters
52
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About the author (2004)

With 32 years of building and designing experience under his belt, author Peter Jeswald knows his subject inside and out. His work has included residential projects as well as medical buildings, a school renovation, retail stores, and restaurants. Jeswald is the author of "Patios & Walkways Idea Book, Basement Ideas that Work," and "How to Build Paths, Steps, ""and""Footbridges." He lives in Conway, Massachusetts.

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