Male: The heating element comes as a bundle of wires that will spread out on top of our deck. So what we’re going to do Chase is we’re going to cut the white and we’ll leave the last and see it come just exactly.
Male: I see it.
Male: Yap because it’s really just a straight cord that they just sneak down.
Male: We finished spacing out the wiring and then putting guidelines strings for setting the patio tire.
Male: Once we get the last string setup we’ll take the mortar that’s already mixed over there and we’re going to start setting this stones and water. Now you can tell his putting in about a half inches or 3/4 of inch of depth of water and then the stone is going to go in top of that. We’re securing it to the string that it set and the heating element is right there within that mortar, it’s going to keep these all patio nice and new.
When turned on, this special warm zone heating elements emits up to 50 watts of heat. It’s warm enough to keep the parties going later on into the year. We set the stones and mortar with a quarter inch joint, it’s wide enough to break up the dizzy grain pattern of the sandstone and small enough to not to be disrupt.
We’ll joint in the patio with the same mortar cement mix that we set the stones in, now using a flat joint and trowel and were pushing the mortar into the joints. Now it looks like we’re really getting the stones dirty but don't worry about it because after this is in, we put on our gloves, get the sponge wet and almost cleaning it all down and I will give it back beautiful finish work.
And then it’s time to see what Dana’s fiancé and sister-in-law think.
Male: Isn’t awesome.
Male: So different.
Female: Before it heats it up.
Male: In the middle when you can actually yes lie down and.
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