Troy's Flagstone Pictures

Troy sent me some great flagstone pictures of the incredible patio that he and his cousin from Wisconsin did. Troy first contacted me in February about information which spurred him on to tackle the job. His cousin apparantly traded a little muscle-work for some Arizona warmth.

You can learn a lot from this job and I will narrate the flagstone pictures just how Troy sent them to me.


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Thank you for all the help with my flagstone project. Here are some pictures for you. I'm working on filling in between the stones these days, so I'm not finished yet. This picture is of the starting point. A cement slab in the shape of a triangle. 45' tall x 60' wide.

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The flagstone. 10 Tons Total.

The first day progress. It went slower than we expected.

Making good progress after day 3.

Brian, the main man cutting a rough stone.

About 1/2 finished.

The fire pit. A different color and flagstone thickness.

Almost finished. Some nice stones.

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The prep area. Need a lot of room for a project this size.

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scrap, left overs what to do with this stuff?

flagstone picture number 11

It's looking really good now.

flagstone installation

It takes a lot of sand.

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Close Up #1


close up #2

close up #3

close up #4

Sometimes pieces break. Have to go back and recut new pieces.

I didn't get pictures of the finished product, but I bet it came out great!!

Thanks Troy for the great pictures and showing us how your job went. That is really going to help a lot of people with their projects.

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