From single parents to couples going back to school and homeowners who are active in the community, Jason Cameron and his crew step in to help makeover landscapes that need some tender loving care.
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Part of Kristina's sidewalk is broken and needs to be replaced. To repair the sidewalk, Jason uses a cut-off saw to break up the concrete for easier removal. Kristina's house has some unsightly wood steps leading up to the front porch. Jason's plan calls for replacing them with concrete steps. Before you can pour concrete, you need to build forms. We opted to have concrete delivered rather than spend a lot of time mixing our own concrete. Jason's plan calls for board-and-batten style shutters to complement the style of the house. And, of course, there are lovely planting beds to brighten the yard.
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