My most recent project!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BuckeyeHoov, May 11, 2008.

  1. BuckeyeHoov

    BuckeyeHoov New Member

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    Exposed Aggregate patio.&nbsp; <BR><BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>LIFE SAVER!!!!<BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>My cousin's were my finishers.<BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>The crew.&nbsp; All family!<BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>The nearly finished project.&nbsp; I still need to polish and seal it and back fill and get sod.<BR>[​IMG]<BR><BR>We're pretty happy with it.&nbsp; Now all I need is some OW'er s to come over and christen it!<BR>
     
  2. BowHunter27

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    SHEEEEEEAT! Looks great Hoov. You shoulda gave me a holler. I poured crete for 2 yrs. Fun and Hard work. Exposed agg looks great. If you need any help with anything else Im just down the road.<IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/thumb.gif" align=absMiddle border=0>&nbsp;<br><br>Them Georgia buggy's are fun!<br>
     

  3. GAMEHOG13

    GAMEHOG13 New Member

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    SWEET<br><br><br>
     
  4. fjwrt

    fjwrt New Member Lifetime Supporter

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    <P>very nice work</P>
     
  5. MRDUCKS

    MRDUCKS Active Member

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    <P>Looks Great!</P>
     
  6. bandseeker

    bandseeker New Member

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    <P>Wheres all the empty beer cans?</P>
     
  7. Rudder

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    <P><IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/thumb.gif" align=absMiddle border=0></P>
     
  8. Eriegunner

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    <P>S.O.G "Slab on Grade"&nbsp; How many contraction joints did you create? </P>
     
  9. BuckeyeHoov

    BuckeyeHoov New Member

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    <P>Do you mean expansion joints?&nbsp; We haven't created any yet, but we are going to .&nbsp; Probably cut it lengths wise and then in half.</P>
     
  10. Eriegunner

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    <P>Contraction and Construction......Either or.. Did you use any 6x6 mesh ??</P>
     
  11. BuckeyeHoov

    BuckeyeHoov New Member

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    <P>No.&nbsp; My cousin that put the job together for me has worked in concrete for 18 years and currently runs the concrete plant for Shelly and Sands.&nbsp; He felt we didn't need mesh.</P>
     
  12. mslater

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    <P>Looks great. Gettin ready for a floor in my barn. What did the 'crete cost you?</P>
     
  13. BowHunter27

    BowHunter27 New Member

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    </P><P>Right now I'm pretty sure its around $114 to $125 a yard. Also the prices go up on weekends.</P>
     
  14. BuckeyeHoov

    BuckeyeHoov New Member

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    <P>Got a little discount: $97.75/yard @ Buckeye Concrete.&nbsp; Going rate was $103.75.</P>
     
  15. wildstreak

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    <BR><BR>SONOFA_ITCH!!!!!!!! And you got a little discount????????<BR><BR>I just poured a new driveway. I paid 67.00 a yard.<BR>
     
  16. Marshhunter

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    <P>Looks good......&nbsp; </P>
     
  17. CaptMark

    CaptMark Retired Ohio Waterfowler Staff Member Moderator

    very nice ! <br><br>i'm also looking to get&nbsp;a patio and sidewalk poured -<br><br>i'm&nbsp;looking for a concrete contractor in the Cleveland area- can anybody recommend someone ? thanks<br>
     
  18. Timmy

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    <P>Looks good!!&nbsp; I've worked concrete for S&amp;S for the last 8 years, who's your cousin? Wildstreak, where are you getting crete for that price?&nbsp; I haven't seen it that low in&nbsp; years-- even in SE Ohio!! Cheers</P>
     
  19. wildstreak

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    <br><br>Just outside of Louisville. Just poured this drive for my new house. I guess things are more expensive in Ohio, two years ago I had someone pour a drive for me t was&nbsp;45 yards of 4000#&nbsp;mix and all of the grating and forming for $4700.00.<br>