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Before you dig, call 811. The Common Ground Alliance has set up a national public service number, 811, connecting you with your local utilities marking organization. Make the call two days before starting an outdoor project.Use a Bobcat to excavate the playground, digging out any roots and stumps and leveling the ground
Hand pick boulders and have them delivered to the house. Arrange them in the play area.
Bend decking material in an oval around the playground. This gives the play area a border, keeps the Fibar material inside and acts as a kid-friendly edger. Secure the boards together with screws
With the border in place, lay down the Fibar drainage system. This will keep the Fibar draining properly.
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