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In total, TrustedPros has received 15 Landscaping projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Landscaping Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $178,000.00 with a per project average of $11,866.00.
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We have an older home with a detached garage. The garage is approx. 16 x 27 feet and is built on a floating concrete pad. Level at the front, the ground slopes down at about 9 feet into the length of the garage to a final grade of 4 feet below the garage floor (50 inches to be exact). The existing structure is retained by railway tie retaining wall. Most of the railway ties are rotted, and while we don't see any recent settling, there has been cracking and settling of the pad.
We would like to replace rather than repair the existing railway tie wall. Since it is at 4 feet, we'd like an engineering assessment of our options. I believe a full concrete wall with footers, stone block, or a pier based (soldier pile) wall would work. In particular we had hoped to do a pile based wall since it would allow us to keep the garage well supported during the construction and replace the existing wall segment by segment. Assuming this type of construction is appropriate, we would want an engineering recommendation for pile depth, beam size, lag timber size etc.
Matthew & Laura
Weed entire yard
Trim shrubs and bushes
Remove all weeds from back yard parking area
Remove weeds from flower beds
Remove weeds beside building on right side
Grade parking lot area and install "A" Gravel
This is for a small 5-unit building in Kitchener, ON. Picture attached shows the cleaned yard - what I'd like to see after the cleaning.
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