When you want to learn how to overlay concrete with paving stones, you’ve come to the right place. This article will show you step-by-step how to dress up an old, cracked, or unwanted concrete patio by covering it with nice, eye-appealing pavers.
In this article, we will look at Hybrid Base Construction—what it is, and the benefits and drawbacks of using it for your project.
Poor natural drainage in our example is what led us to integrate a ribbon of permeable paving stones to help excess water drain off quickly. Learn more.
You're here because you have an upcoming paver project and want to know how deep you need to dig for it to stand the test of time. Let's find out.
If you want to build a paver patio, walkway, driveway, or retaining wall, you'll need to select the proper base material. Let's dig in.
If you want to learn how to overlay concrete with paving stones, here we will show you step-by-step how to fix up old concrete by covering it with pavers.
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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.
The primary way to keep your paving stones from moving around and losing their interlock long-term, is by applying polymeric sand to harden 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.