Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Pergolas and Pavers



The pergola on the rooftop terrace has been going up over the past few days. If you remember, we reclaimed the large double pergola off the roof of the old clubhouse here at Cobblestone Park before it was demolished. It is now finally being reassembled at our new home.



Below shows the rooftop pergola finished. We just need to remove the side cross braces that were used to keep it stable during reassembly.



Just as the rooftop pergola was finished, almost nine thousand pounds of rubber pavers arrived (below) and you can see in the pictures above we have started laying them on the flat roof. The pavers are made from recycled rubber tires.



The holes are now being dug for the second part of the pergola which will be located just off the deck below.



Stay tuned...more to come!


2 comments:

DeKing said...

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David Rider said...

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