Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

JUN 2014

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Top, Right: Green Scene installed a tiled Baja shelf in the end opposite the spa. They included a shower of diamonds fountain nozzle from Fountains for Pools. The nozzle produces a three-tiered spinning pattern but lies flush with the pool shell when not in use. Bottom, Right: Due to HOA restrictions, the outdoor fireplace was custom designed to keep its height below eight feet. It is built from honey ledge stone and cast- in-place concrete caps. The plant bowls on the fireplace were pre-plumbed with a Toro built-in drip system and drain and then secured in place. Designed to burn wood, the firebox was constructed out of concrete. The flooring is stamped concrete with stone texture mattes. All of the furniture was selected by the homeowner. June 2014 29 fountain on one end of the pool and a raised spa on the other end. Sweetwater flagstone and concrete that was stamped, textured and colored replaced the old pool deck and patios. Green Scene relied on a num- ber of sub-contractors to assist with the Gunite, steel, plumbing, and electrical. Some Fire with that Water The upgrade didn't stop with the water features. A fireplace was custom-built where the play set used to sit. It was constructed of honey ledge stone. Cast-in-place concrete was used for the hearth, 028-031.indd 29 5/23/14 11:15 AM

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