STONE WALL REBUILD
UPDATED 10.23.2019 0613
The existing wall was dismantled and the base soils were dug out. Crushed stone was installed and the base stones were set. The existing wall contained about 20% of the materials to construct the new wall, the balance was sourced locally.
TIMBER WALL REPLACEMENT
UPDATED 10.17.2019 0550
The old timber wall was removed and the new one was redesigned. The new steps extend into the wall perpendicular, turn 90 degrees, and the top step is centered on the steps leading into the house. The homeowners did an excellent job installing the pavers on their own.
UPDATED 09.08.2019 0628
This is an underground electric service. The first 180 feet of line is primary power (7.2KV) to the transformer located 80 feet from the house. The conduit was installed to code and inspected by the NHEC. On Friday (9/6) the overhead lines came down and the cut over was completed.
UPDATED 07.11.19 1041
This is a new stone wall and patio on Merrymeeting Lake. The deck supports at the wall were surrounded by cobble stones. The stone wall was built in a New England wall style, of locally sourced round field stones. The patio was excavated out and geo-textile was installed to contain the new crushed stone base. The patio was done in Genest, Windham Ridge, in granite blend color.
UPPER SUNCOOK LAKE
UPDATED 05.12.19 1451
I started this project on Monday (5/6). I am resetting the two lower steps, adding four new granite steps, and installing stepping stones between the steps. Stepping stones will be installed to create a walkway at the top step as well.