Manzer’s Landscape Design and Development, Inc. use Power Saws to get the Job Done in Pleasantville, NY
On the site of this Manzer’s Landscape Design and Development, Inc. project in Pleasantville, NY, the crew take advantage of power tools to expedite the task at hand. Manzer’s Landscape Design and Development, Inc. is a Unilock Authorized Contractor known for their excellent craftsmanship and in-depth landscaping knowledge. This project included laying of a large-scale residential pool deck, consisting of Beacon Hill Flagstone in the New York Blend color option.
Beacon Hill Flagstone offers several large format sizes, including an XL unit. The large pieces give large-scale projects, such as this one, a balanced sense of scale. Of course, cutting and shaping the pavers is an inevitable part of the process. Choosing the correct method for making these cuts is essential. This home’s pool design includes curved corners, necessitating curved shapes to be cut from the pavers. This made a paver guillotine impractical for the job. A tablesaw failed to provide the mobility needed for this project, and since the area was well ventilated and far enough away from the home that dust was not a concern, dry power cutting methods were possible. The crew opted for a power cut-off saw with attached diamond blade to provide maximum speed and mobility.
The pavers needing to be shaped were marked off with chalk and taken off to the side of the hardscape to be cut. This way, Manzer’s Landscape Design and Development, Inc. were able to keep their newly-laid hardscape free of dust, and the worksite tidy. The Manzer’s crew optimized efficiency by keeping offcut pieces and not discarding them as waste until the end of the project. These pieces can often be used later in the project. This saves time and materials by avoiding unnecessary cutting. For more information on cutting and installing pavers, see the Unilock Advanced Tech Guide – available for download from our Literature Downloads page.
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