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We took out an old deck, and replaced it with a Trex deck and two levels of hardscape patio.

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On February 18,2011 Mattemma said:

"I have never seen gecko pavers. That is so neat!"

On August 13,2008 said:

"Kudos for finding a way to recycle the lumber. I love he cat watching over the construction process."

On August 6,2008 YardShareBryan said:

"Congrats on being a featured yard this week!"

On July 21,2008 YardShareBryan said:

"What a great patio. It's a very unique look, and you've incorporated it into your yard well. Thanks for sharing."

OnJuly 19,2008 said:

"In which we build a hardscape with interlocking gecko pavers. Of course, we make it as hard as possible by choosing the hardest pavers to place.nWe took out the whole deck, about 1000 sq. ft. lat year. We used to dispose of the wood from the deck, which worked out great. There was so much interest in the wood that we actually got people to help us take it apart. One guy spent 3 days helping us, and then he took the wood to build some hillside retaining walls. In all, about 8 p"

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