Decorative gravel is becoming the green, sustainable alternative to lawn. It's also a useful problem solver for dozens of scenarios in the ordinary landscape. In some regions such as the Southwest, it's long been in use for surfacing open spaces in sparsely planted desert gardens. In the 1970s, colored gravel and evergreens became the low maintenance solution to prolonged drought. Today new and innovative ideas for gravel in the landscape are implemented to create unique design compositions, to save water and eliminate high maintenance lawns.
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Colored concrete is simple at River Bend. We have the recipes for hundreds of colors, and four tanks of primary colors which get combined to make them. Name the color, and a computer follows the recipe to provide consistent, dependable colored concrete every time. The price of adding color ranges from about $17 per cubic yard to more than $80, depending on which color gets selected. Colors include many different shades of gray, red, brown, and buff. It is not possible to provide some colors, including most greens and blues. Remember that coloring concrete is not like painting concrete. The colors will be somewhat patchy and uneven. They are typically darkest when they are poured, and lighten up as the concrete cures. Colored concrete takes special care, and it’s best to have a professional do the work.
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We can produce concrete in a wide range of colors: from various shades of gray and warm earth tones to vivid colors that range from warm to deep and dark and almost any color you can imagine. We can create hundreds of standard or custom color blends while maintaining consistent color from batch to batch. Our computer-controlled system greatly minimizes human error. Your mix will be stored in our system, so if you need to match a color a year later we’ll have the exact specifications on file.
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Most new fish owners do not realize how important the gravel or substrate on the bottom of their tank really is. For those that occasionally for their child as a pet, there is not much thought given to this at all. They choose gravel according to color, size and price and then wonder why the fish dies soon after purchasing it. Concrete - hard and gray, right? Wrong. Today, concrete is no longer relegated to just one color or just one use. It can be made to look like anything from ceramic tile to hard wood and can be created in an exciting kaleidoscope of colors, shapes and textures. The best products for your gravel would be the natural type and color for your tank. Although, as previously stated, some fish owners choose bright pinks or reds, those colors compete with the and other fish in the aquarium. Also, due to the natural environment Bettas love, neutral gravel will feel more normal for your fish and actually reduce stress on them in general.Pea gravel is made up of small, pea-sized smooth stones or pebbles that can be used for various landscaping projects, such as gardening or in walkways, and is also sometimes used in aquariums. Pea gravel is available in a variety of textures and colors, depending on what type of stone the pea gravel is composed of.