Sometimes trying to solve a problem can spark something magical. This property, for example, is located next to a busy four-lane road and the homeowners longed for a peaceful backyard, with a pool and spa -- but without all the traffic noise.
In addition to a beautiful freeform vinyl pool and spa, we built for them a 19-foot sound barrier of natural moss rock boulders, and installed a 4-foot x 8-foot pondless waterfall between the wall and their new pool. This stone barrier with rushing waterfall not only blocks noise, but suggests they are vacationing on some south sea isle -- far and away from everyday problems.
Their finished multifaceted outdoor oasis includes a vinyl pool with raised spillover spa, elegant Cambridge Ledgestone patios, a natural rock barrier with high waterfall, and lush plantings.
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Peaceful Backyard: How to Solve Outdoor Noise Problems
Published February 23rd, 2014 12:43 PM
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Elizabeth Sagarminaga on Mar 21, 2016I agree, a water feature in the garden not only looks awesome it also enhances the curb appeal of your home. Moreover, the noise issue is also solved. You can get a grass bed around the water feature to make the place delightfully scenic. Get some more information here: http://bit.ly/1TUjjan