Adeline Gaetane Brasseur Outdoor Paver June 24th, 2018 - 10:33:53
Power wash brick paver areas using a 2700 psi power washer or greater. You may or may not need to use a paver cleaner during this process. Sweep joint sand into all the joints of the pavers and water down with a light spray from a garden hose. Sweep sand and water down a second time to ensure joints are full of joint sand. Once dry confirm joints are full with joint sand and move on to the next step. Having these joints completely filled and compacted will help maintain paver stability. Apply a joint stabilizing sealer on all the paver areas. The sealer hardens the sand which helps prevent water intrusion in the joints and insects digging through it! Follow the instructions of the manufacturer on how to apply sealer.
Undertaking an outdoor paver project in your home can seem a daunting task but it doesnt have to be this way. By making sure that you choose a paver material and design that reflects the image you want your home to project your project will become an instant asset to your home; one that visitors will marvel at and that will nab your home a better price at auction. Use these tips to help you choose the best pavers for your project: Look at the area you are paving. If it is a driveway or other area where cars and other heavy vehicles may be driving or parked you need to ensure that the stone you choose is able to withstand a considerable amount of weight. If it is a pool area you need to ensure that the pavers will be water and slip resistant.
Color sealant is commonly used for concrete pavers to preserve its color. Natural stone pavers can withstand the harshest of climate and weather. Stones are quarried cut into pieces and shaped into pavers for easy installation. There are different types of stones used in landscaping stones such as Bluestone limestone granite Cantera marble and travertine. Natural stone pavers are commonly used in pathway patios garden steps driveways and garden borders. It enhances the looks and appeal on ones property.
It is always best to look around and check the features of the property to make the decision-making easier. The best way to start the project is to match the existing materials. If you are having trouble deciding you can get advice from a contractor or a landscape designer. They can give the best advice on materials and refer possible contacts from landscaping suppliers. Different pavers suit certain applications so make sure that the materials needed are right for the said project. It will be a waste of money if the wrong type of pavers is installed.