Project Description:

Installed a paver patio and a fire pit with cooking grate to utilize the open space in the backyard.  This can be a gathering spot for a bonfire, or a cookout.  It could also be phase 1 of a larger project if the homeowner wants to expand in the future.  

BEFORE  - AFTER

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Customer Needs:

  • Install patio paver and fire pit with cooking grate

Peterson Solutions:

  • Removed and disposed of sod
  • Installed patio pavers and fire pit with metal insert and cooking grate
  • Spread pulverized black dirt around new patio and seed

Primary Materials:

  • Willow Creek cobble pavers
  • Willow Creek ledgestone block with metal fire ring and swivel cooking grate
  • Black dirt
  • Seed

Project Duration:

  • Day 1-Installed paver patio and fire pit. Removed sod and 9” of soil from patio area. Installed gravel base, sand, pavers, fire pit block, and metal insert.
  • Day 2-Spread pulverized black dirt around edge of new patio. Sprinkled grass seed over black dirt and covered with straw blanket.

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