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Results found for "sod removal"

  • Whew! The Renters are gone..., When we bought our like new home this past summer, it was obvious the previous renters didn't manage the landscaping, so we overhauled it all and gave it some curb appeal., Gardens Design

    Whew! The Renters ar...

    15 photos, 883 Views, Flag

  • Creative Driftwood Courtyard, Creative outdoor blend of driftwood, gazing balls, and stone! , Yards Design

    Creative Driftwood C...

    13 photos, 442 Views, Flag

  • Trex Deck to Pergola, My backyard area was a hot mess- although it had a large Trex Deck it didn't have any shade and was unbearable in the summer. So we pulled out half of it and replaced it with a shady pergola. , Patios & Decks Design

    Trex Deck to Pergola

    18 photos, 643 Views, Flag

  • Stairs Remodel, I hated the nasty carpet on my stairs, so I decided to rip it up and paint the treads black and the risers white. I painted the handrail black too., Other Spaces Design

    Stairs Remodel

    10 photos, 1,699 Views, Flag

  • From 1980 to 2010 on $300, My guest bathroom needed an update from the 1980's.  With removal of wallpaper, reworking the walls, and using existing cabinet and tile, my updated space was created in 2.5 days., Bathrooms Design

    From 1980 to 2010 on $...

    10 photos, 2,601 Views, Flag

  • From beginning to end., Calumet city IL. Exterior transformation from 4/4/08 to 5/14/08. From old and drab to New and bright., Home Exterior Design

    From beginning to end.

    19 photos, 1,068 Views, Flag

  • We had to build our backyard!, We didn't really have a functional backyard.  We back right up to woods so we excavated the hill and brush to push out the yard and put in a retaining wall giving us a nice big flat backyard.  The wall is around 7 ft. tall for those of you who were wondering.  If we went higher than that we would have had to have put a fence in above it., Yards Design

    We had to build our ba...

    15 photos, 2,954 Views, Flag

  • End of Summer Blues Repost, This is what we've been working on this summer.  I had to repost some photos were lost and in various catagories.  Please view the berfore pic's too.  After renovating the home for 2 years we've finally got to the backyard.  We did all the work ourselves except the installation of the pool.  Sod gazebo arbor I even built the retaining wall deck deck steps fence  all landscaping.  We hate to see summer end.  But know that we have many years to enjoy.  Thanks for visiting and God Bless!, Pools Design

    End of Summer Blues ...

    25 photos, 1,826 Views, Flag

  • New Sod!!!, Our totally redone front Lawn, Yards Design

    New Sod!!!

    5 photos, 63 Views, Flag

  • Front Lawn, New sod., Gardens Design

    Front Lawn

    11 photos, 780 Views, Flag

  • BEGINNING OF UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN, This is the landscaping at my best friend B's house.   Normally you paint and then do your landscaping, however due to some structural issues...it was all done first.  I will post pics after house is painted, we are going for the Italian tuscan stucco look.  , Home Exterior Design

    BEGINNING OF UND...

    5 photos, 310 Views, Flag

  • Bill & Fawn's Backyard Dream, Just a husband and wife team & 8 solid years of work & love of the same dream.  We both wanted a backyard paradise.   If you don't think you can do this, listen up, my husband lost all the fingers on his left hand in a work accident 25 years ago, and he still did all this. Just him and me.  You can do anything you put you mind to.  Love and patience helps too!  :)  And we are not done yet, there is a waterfall being planned right now and will be working on that for the next couple years. , Patios & Decks Design

    Bill & Fawn's Backyar...

    77 photos, 1,595 Views, Flag

  • Peaceful Park like backyard with brick paver patio and pergolas, This beautiful and peaceful yard was designed park-like, using brick pavers for the patio and creative use of decorative pergolas., Yards Design

    Peaceful Park like bac...

    4 photos, 416 Views, Flag

  • Is that a sky light? or what??, Remodel of very dated dining room.  Removal of oddly placed sky light thing. , Dining Rooms Design

    Is that a sky light? o...

    3 photos, 118 Views, Flag

  • Project Kitchen, Materials: prefabricated granite countertops ($2000), backsplash/glass slab ($200), oak hardwood floors ($300), a laminate to reface the cabinets ($300), hardware ($150), miscellaneous ($80).
Lighting: ceiling light cover made from plexiglass and aluminum ($130), original ceiling light was converted to more efficient light fixture for $25 (T8 fluorescent light bulbs and a ballast), under cabinet lighting ($130).
Materials and lighting: $3315. All appliances and plumbing fixtures extra.
Market price to install granite countertops was estimated from $7000 to $10000.
The price for new cabinets without installation for this kitchen was estimated $5000.
DIY advantage: minimum of $12000 savings on granite and cabinets alone.
Designed by 
Renaldas from Seattle.
renaldas.com, Kitchens Design

    Project Kitchen

    2 photos, 366 Views, Flag

  • Daugthers Bedroom Remodel, Bedroom Update, Bedrooms Design

    Daugthers Bedroom Re...

    7 photos, 668 Views, Flag

  • Clean and Buyer Friendly: Second Living Area, This room used to be a garage a few decades ago, and was never correctly renovated - the walls and carpet padding were completely rotted and covered in mold, the forest green carpet smelled like years of animals, there were outlets and holes covered by cheap wood paneling and nothing about that room was built with a level. We wanted to make it a safe, buyer friendly and  presentable space as inexpensively as possible. We still need to finish the paint and install the new ceiling fan and crown molding., Living Rooms Design

    Clean and Buyer Frien...

    25 photos, 217 Views, Flag

  • Bush removal and landscape, Removed bushes then struggled with what to do but love the end result., Yards Design

    Bush removal and lands...

    6 photos, 1,020 Views, Flag

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