For decades, everyone has applied edging to their pavers using one of four tried-and-true methods: plastic edge restraint, concrete curbing, bond beam, and step edging. In the last few years, Chris Yancey, a professional hardscape contractor, developed a fresh paver edging product called Perma-Edge Paver Edging. In this article, we’ll show you how to use […]
In this tutorial, we're going to show you how we installed permeable pavers at ideabox in Salem, Oregon to create more permeable surface.
We've set out to cover the main reasons you need to install a paver edge correctly and the options that are available for your hardscape.
You can DIY patio pavers! They aren’t as tricky to install correctly as they might seem.
The thickness of your pavers does matter. Pavers have significant distinguishing factors and are made to be used for different spaces and types of traffic.
In this article, we’ll dive into what polymeric sand is and what some of the benefits and drawbacks are of using it for your pavers.
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In this article, we'll show you how to install Perma-Edge Paver Edging on your next patio, walkway, driveway, and more.
The primary way to keep paving stones from wiggling around and losing their interlock is by applying sand. There are many different types of sand to use, but we’ve found that polymeric sand creates a uniquely strong bond between your pavers by hardening the joint lines of your hardscape.