Adalie Charline Parent Pavers June 17th, 2018 - 17:55:55
Stone Pavers: This type of paver will give spectacular beauty when decorating your residential place. Stone pavers are comprised of premium natural stones that are extremely durable; thus providing protection against excessive weight. Weather a problem? Not with these. They also have history by their side. They have been used for a millennium. Such an example is the old roads throughout Europe or Asia. Common types of stone pavers are Granite Marble Bluestone and Porphyry. Marble paver are commonly used for the patio deck fireplaces and bathrooms. Granite pavers are commonly used for the patio deck pool deck driveway and walkway. Bluestone pavers are a common idea for gardens. Finally Porphyry pavers are used for walkway mostly.
Pool pavers make an ideal material for creating decks and patios around the pool area of your home. You can find pavers in different shapes sizes and materials to create the design effect you want. Versatile Flooring Inc. brings over 30 years of combined experience in providing quality floor installation and kitchen and bathroom remodeling to South Florida. We are dedicated to providing skilled work and superior customer service to each client we have the privilege of serving. Your house is your home and we enjoy creating floors kitchens and bathrooms youre proud to share with your friends and family.
Whether you are designing or updating your pool or backyard areas consider pavers. Cover pool decks patios and walkways with pavers to create a safer area for your friends and family to spend time around the pool and add the finishing touch to your outdoor design and decor. Versatile Flooring Inc. brings over 30 years of combined experience in providing quality floor installation and kitchen and bathroom remodeling to South Florida. We are dedicated to providing skilled work and superior customer service to each client we have the privilege of serving. Your house is your home and we enjoy creating floors kitchens and bathrooms youre proud to share with your friends and family.
Inspect the joints of the pavers for sand loss. If the sand is more than ¼ inch below the joint surface youll have to "re-sand" the pavers. To re-sand you must use paver sand. You can buy this in bags at Lowes and Home Depot or at a brick yard. Spread the sand our on the pavers and using a push broom sweep the sand back and forth at a 45 degree angle from the joint lines until the level is 1/4th to 1/8th of an inch to the top of the joint surface. After the pavers have been adjusted cleaned and re-sanded (and every time after re-sanding) you want to seal your pavers with a good quality sealer. Sealing your pavers will protect the pavers from most kind staining and it will harden the joint sand locking your pavers into place and preventing anthills and weeds from growing between pavers. A good quality sealer will prevent a haze from forming on the paver surface caused from moisture in the paver when sealing. If you currently see a haze on the surface of your pavers from previous sealing youll have to strip the existing sealer before applying new sealer.