Questions about: pavers

This paver patio took some work to build, but it turned out great. The built-in fire pit really makes this patio special. Sandra Downie of The Rustic Life built this paver patio to complement her gorgeous rustic-style deck, part of our Patio Style Ch
Sorry about the slight delay between posts, I can’t promise it won’t happen again, but I’m back for the moment so let’s dive directly into a pool of concrete. Mortar has been around since the dawn of civilization, and the art of masonry is one of the
Not enough info to go on to recommend a specific set of motors, but some info to steer you in the right direction. Without a schematic or set of plans to go on I can only suggest some ideas. So here it goes
I have a large ( 16' x 16' ) thick slab concrete patio that is pouted in 8 x 8 blocks. it has significant spalling and some settling. The concrete is 6" thick and situation in such a way that tearing out the concrete would not be ideal ( not to menti
For those of you who were following our Tweets from the IBS in Orlando you might have caught this picture of a product that simply stopped me in my tracks. The reason – well I knew I had just stepped onto a concrete paver display but yet, it didn’t f
Have you ever seen a paver patio that had weeds or moss growing in the joints? How about areas with a lot of ant hills following the paver joints? Or entire sections of a paver area that had no sand in the joints whatsoever - because it had all washe
Since nobody else it going for this, then I'll give my two cents (based on limited experience, so please, anyone else feel free to chime in). When it comes to concrete roads, for example, after patching it a few times the road eventually becomes too
Since nobody else it going for this, then I'll give my two cents (based on limited experience, so please, anyone else feel free to chime in). When it comes to concrete roads, for example, after patching it a few times the road eventually becomes too
I have a 15x20 synthetic grass area and I want to put something "soft" around the edges for the kid. My plan is to use rubber paver: Like the 16x16 from Lowe's: http://www. lowes
Once you’ve established your first capstone, and built up the body of the wall (Image 1) and fire brick, begin setting your capstones. In this project, experts are setting a front and back cap, so piece the capstone together so that it forms a contin