Out door Fire place, sheer descends, raised travertine patio, columns Gappsi Long Island

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Out door Fire place, sheer descends, raised travertine patio, columns Gappsi Long Island

Out door Fire place, sheer descends, raised travertine patio, columns Gappsi Long Island
The construction of this outdoor fireplace was done with Hanover tan bland chapel wall, and the inside was faced with fire bricks to protect and contained the fire and the heat from affecting the structure of the fireplace,
The multilevel patio walls and steps were also constructed with Hanover walls. Moca travertine French pattern was used to pave all the patios and walkways. The Raised patio base preparation. A raised patio could be built in many heights and levels. The walls for a raised patio could consist of manufactured concrete wall systems. And the base material for this type of wall is recycled concrete base or gravel base compacted with a mechanical plate. The first layer of block is installed over a dry pack cement layer that gets leveled and because of the cement it will petrify. And from there every row of blocks gets glued to the other by using liquid cement. Until the desired height is reached. The wall is always caped with manufactured matching caps .this is the structure and the finished face of the raised patio, for the inside base Gappsi only uses oversized gravel all the way up to the top and for the last 6″ inches Gappsi installs 6 inches of finer crushed material that could consist of recycled concrete aggregate or crushed stones. Sand is then installed over the base to create a more precise finished level for the stones to be laid. Polymeric sand is then installed in between the joints to stabilize the pavers prevent any sand wash outs and weeds from growing. These home owners in Sayville long island have enjoyed sitting next to the fire and listening to the relaxing sound of the water coming from the 3 sheer descends and falling in the rocks that cover the water pool where the housing for the pump is also located.. by Giuseppe Abbrancati ,Kevin Anderson, Rolando Adamovicz, Charles Cocchiola, Peter Moran, Mike Walsh, Sherry Marsico , Melvin Aguillar, Mike Specchio and peter D’Ambrosio.

Suffolk County 27543-H1 9-10-99 to present, 15435-H1 7-1-88 to 7-1-97  Nassau County H2209100000  Southampton L002384  NYC and The Five Boroughs 1321423

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