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Ummmm, just gotta ask . . . (you know what it is don't you?)
(1) There WILL be doors or something right?
(2) Is there some kind of plumbing to catch the water or is the Hi-tech 5 gal paint bucket
EDIT HERE: Is the top what YOU did and not the stone work? Am I about to be colored "embarrassed"???
tutor....use block or concrete for outdoor apps... i personally would not use timber framing for outdoor apps. wood moves wayyy to much!
Hmmmm - think a BIG can of worms just got opened!!
Somewhere way in the back of my head I can hear Clint Eastwood ask "Do ya feel lucky, Punk"?
@Stone-Crete - you tried to 'splain the facts of life to your client and obviously HE (thinks) he knows better so what can you do?? Keep your ears perked up for sirens in his neighborhood!!
In this case, it appears to be materials chosen and spacing from the structure. Other times we have come across walls, patios, and even custom grills that did not have a proper footing. Everything usually looks pretty good, but because something was skipped or done wrong, we find it leaning,
I've said this before - But . . . . THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT, (except for when they're NOT) Many times the client is sooo insistent on having something done, even going against the professional advice, and we in turn go against our better judgment - it's a fine line to walk.