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September 23, 2009, 10:43 AM

My buddy owns Hardscapes and he mostly works in Potomac so I don't know if he goes that far into va but it might be worth a call.
His back yard is all natural stone with an incredible pond.
If done correctly it will be the most beautiful patio you could hope for.
The trick is in what is below and the preparation for the stone. The seams on his are mostly moss with only 1 seam done in concrete. He pointed that out to me one day to show exactly why he never uses concrete because over time it will show little cracks and stuff yet if stone is done right it will not sink, crack or wear like concrete!

Trying to change your mind but for your actual question I got nothin!


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