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Landworx New York, Inc Explore Methods of Marking Curves and Circles in Campbell Hall, NY

Landworx New York, Inc Explore Methods of Marking Curves and Circles in Campbell Hall, NY

 

Landworx New York, Inc. have made use of a variety of naturalistic shapes and lines in the layout of this Unilock patio, fire pit area, and seating wall in Campbell Hall, NY. This outdoor space makes use of Unilock pavers, with Unilock Brussels Dimensional System wall units for the seating wall and fire pit, to create an expansive fire pit area that takes advantage of the lush surrounding greenery.

Most contractors will develop their own technique for marking the edges of a patio before work on the project begins. Straight lines and right angles are easily marked using stakes, string, and marking paint. Curved and flowing lines allow for a little more creativity, since there’s no right or wrong way to draw organic shapes. Some contractors mark organic lines using stiff rope or a garden hose. Others prefer to draw the lines freehand using landscape marking paint and a wheel-mounted paint gun.

However, there are a few things that contractors can keep in mind to ensure a design that remains bold and natural. Here Landworx New York, Inc. demonstrates that you don’t have to be afraid of allowing your lines to fill the space available to you, particularly when the line will form the edge of a plant bed. In most cases, the plants will grow and fill out the space available to them. In this case, the expressiveness of the lines allows for an expansive patio adjacent to the circular fire pit area.

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Landworx New York, Inc Explore Methods of Marking Curves and Circles in Campbell Hall, NY

 

When it comes to marking out curves and circles, a little more precision is necessary. Even so, this can be easily achieved using some simple techniques. In the case of a circular fire pit area such as this one, the edge can be drawn by placing a stake in the center of the intended area. One end of a string can then be tied loosely around the stake, with the other end tied around a canister of landscape marking paint. Stretching the string taut, a perfect circle can then be drawn to demarcate the circular area that you wish to pave.

The result of Landworx’s mastery of organic shapes and lines is a patio and fire pit area that reflects the rolling slopes and gentle forms of the surrounding landscape.

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LandWorx Of New York Inc.
4239 Route 94
Goshen, NY 10924
(845) 651-5376
Landworx New York, Inc Explore Methods of Marking Curves and Circles in Campbell Hall