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.
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.
In this article, we share both, breaking down the 10-steps to install pavers in detail. Paving stones create a beautiful atmosphere just about anywhere.
If you lay a strong base, installing pavers is easy. Your base is the most critical part of your hardscape, and here is how to lay your base properly.
We wrote this article to help save you the headaches most people encounter while you’re installing hardscape. 6 most common paver installation mistakes.
Welcome to Leiden: It was this city—and the art movement behind it—that inspired our newest paving stone collection: Leiden.