Borders enhance the design and tie in your fieldstones. If you’re looking to accomplish either of these goals, you’ve come to the right place.
If you’re looking to lay a curved paving stone walkway on your property, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we'll show you how to DIY.
A square patio is one of the most common and straightforward paver projects to install. They create a stunning look for any area.
Whether you’re laying a walkway or a driveway, or you’re installing an outdoor kitchen, pavers are the most reliable material available. Believe it or not, properly installed pavers are more structurally sound than concrete, and they can withstand much more weight and wear than blacktop.
Follow our two-step method found in this article and you’ll place your pavers perfectly with tight joint lines that last.
Knowing how to square a corner using this method is useful in many construction applications, but specifically for laying paving stones.
There are dozens of paver pattern options to choose from. However, depending on your hardscape project, some may be a better fit than others.
In this DIY with Western Interlock tutorial, we are going to show you how to miter a corner the right way. | DIY with Western Interlock