Jodie Vasquez Backyard November 17th, 2018 - 02:10:17
We're going to do a brand new project in this new house. This is Stephen Carey's place, and what we're going to put in is this fantastic Windsor play set for their daughter, Lily. We've already started forming up the area where the playgrounds going to go and there's a bit of sander already we're going to spread that out into it pretty much. The area with the playground is going to blue, which is about 5 by 4 meters, give or take and then we'll form a little bit of fall. So any water on that's going to roll off to the outside and then finish the turf right up to that. So that's what we're going to do now: we're going to start spreading that bit of road base over the top, we'll build the playground in place and then we're going to spread that rubberized compound around the outside.
So now that we've got everything laid out, it's important to pick out a good Foreman who's going to take charge of the whole thing they're going to have the instructions they're going to pick out all the pieces. So if anything goes wrong and you know who to blame, this is actually by the way she's the form. Okay, we bid. Now I should okay, you can see behind me that we've finished the playground and we finished the substrate as well. We've brought that in and compacted it and screwed it off. You can see dance just finishing off that finishing off the edge behind me, so we're just about ready to put in the pour in place it's a really hot day. So it's important to think about your safety and wear the appropriate PPE and look after yourself so gloves when you're mixing the chemicals and working with that and sunscreen, stay hydrated and wear a hat. I'm going to be working on my hands and knees for most of the day, so I've got my head around to the other way to protect my neck and I've got a high collar too, but just take whatever next steps necessary to stay safe.
So the next step is going to be putting in the pour in place, so we're just going to talk a little bit about that now I'll, open up this box and show you what you get and they're sort of tools, you're going to need. Okay. So in the bag, you're going to get the bag of rubber crimp, that's going to do a meter and a half, depending on the thickness that you put your base down. Also, you get the rubber binder glue and we're going to pour that straight into that bag. When you slid it open, put the straight in a mix it up inside the bag and then spread it out and spread it with the trowel to make that process a little bit easier. They provide a rut, a trail lubricant, which it's important to spray onto your trowel. This is an ideal trail, just a pointing trowel to spread it the point. You can work it into the corners if you need to it, particularly around the playground area, where we need to go around the posts and the base and everything so we'll spray that onto the bottom of the trail. Again, we'll show you how that works and we'll spread that out. So that's going to be the process and we're going to get on with it right now. Okay! well, that's it we're all done and it looks great we're sooner that finished off the edges and we're just going to let that go off for a little bit now. Obviously, you needed 12 hours for this to finish off and cure completely before it can be used. We have left a couple of things off like the swings and the slippery dip just to make it a bit easier to spread the pour in place and once that's going off completely, then those things can be added back in the owner is going to put the grass in and sort of float it in to the to the surface that we've just put in and cut it neatly, so we're going to finish up with a great result that will match the rest of the lawn.