Camino Patio - Western Interlock Western Interlock

Paving Stones and Retaining Wall Systems Made for the Northwest

Camino Patio


Western Interlock pavers are made from natural materials and due to variables in the photographic reproduction process, the actual color of the stones may vary slightly. For a truly accurate representation, we invite you to stop by any of our retail facilities to see them in person.

Dimensions:

150 sq. feet



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Other Information:

Project Time: 8-10 hours

Project materials include:
292 pieces Camino Stone Large Rectangles
147 pieces Camino Stone Squares
4 pieces Camino “1/2 Stone” Rectangles
4 pieces Snap Edge restraint & 20 10” spikes
1 bag Sweeping Sand

Tools needed include:
String line, level, gloves, shovel, wheel barrow, tape measure.

Installation Instructions:

Step 1 – Prepare the site
Set stakes and run string line around perimeter. Dig out 6” wider on each side. Dig down 6” for gravel, sand & stones.

Step 2 – Compact base
Add 3”- 5” of 3/4 minus gravel into dug out area. Using a plate compactor run over the area 3 times. Okay to wet gravel for better compaction.

Step 3 – Screed the sand
Use 1” square tubing (or PVC pipe) and straight 8’ long 2”x 4”, pull sand across to make a smooth surface. When moving screed rails fill voids with sand and hand screed to make smooth.

Step 4 – Lay stones
Find a square corner (if possible) and begin to set soldier course (outside border) with the 6” x 9” Camino Large Rectangles. Run the pattern off the soldier course .

Step 5 – Lay the pattern
Lay the Muster K Pattern using the Camino Squares & Camino Large Rectangles. Use squares to module against the border course and 1/2 stone rectangles to finish the corners.

Step 6 – Compact & set edges
Set edge restraint, compact stones, sweep sand into joints, compact stones again and sweep sand again to finish.

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