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PAVESTONEPGRID2 VENTIONSCASMALL

PAVESTONERIVERRED HOLLANDSMALL

Here is a helpful table to calculate how many units needed for your project size:

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 ROUND  SQUARE  SQUARE  HEX  BRICKFACE

 PRODUCT SIZE

 12″

 12″

 16″

 16″  2″X8″X16″
 STONE PROJECT SIZE

 # stones needed

 # stones needed

 # stones needed

 # stones needed

 # stones needed

 10′ X 10′ 100 sq ft.

 100

 100

 64

 64

 112

 12′ X 12’144 sq ft.

 144

 144

 81

 81

 162

 15′ X 10’150 sq ft.

 150

 150

 96

 96

 173

 20′ x 12’240 sq ft.

 240

 240

 135

 135

 270

 20′ x 20’400 sq ft.

 400

 400

 225

 225

 450

 10′ x 10′  x 20’300 sq ft.

 300

 300

 184

 184

 338

 20′ x 2’40 sq ft.

 40

 40

 30

 30

 45

 20′ x 3’60 sq ft.

 60

 60

 30

 30

 75

 20′ x 4’80 sq ft.

 80

 80

 45

 45

 90

 

 

Use 20.5 cu ft bag  of Pavestone Paver  Sand for every 100 sq. ft.
108849 6CM Holland Paver River Red
108902 12″ Straight Scallop (Red)
108903 12″ Curved Scallop (Red)
108864 16″ Sq Pewter
108865 16″ Sq Red
108867 16″ Sq Brickface Red
  108860 12″ Sq Red

Patio Stone Installation Basics

Step 1  –  Remove Grass

Remove grass from area to be laid with Pavestone Company patio products.  Build a frame for your patio or walk with aluminum or plastic edging (redwood or treated lumber can also be used). Patio should slightly fall away from home.

Step 2 – Sand

Place roughly 1 in. of paver sand over area.  (A 2″ x 4″ notched board approx. 1.5 in. from each end can beused to screed or leel paver sand).   Pack with hand tamp or gently spray water hose skywward over project.

Step 3 – Placing Stones

Start in corner and place stones over entire area.  Slide stone straight down; do not slide across pave sand as this will disrupt the base.

Step 4 – Side View

After laying stones, sweep paver sand across stones, filing joints with sand.  (Do not use any kind of Portland Cement or mortar mixture).

Equipment List

  • Gloves & Safety Glasses
  • Carpenter’s Level
  • Aluminum or Plastic Edge Restraint or 4 pieces of Redwood or treated lumber
  • Shovel & Spade
  • 2″ x 4″ Board (cut 3″ wider than proejcted patio)
  • Pick (if ground is hard)
  • Paver Sand for joints and bed
  • Mason Tool (optional)

 

Design and Install Your Own Retaining Wall

Build small walls, raised plant beds, terracing and landscape edging.

Windsor  Pewter, tan,

                                            Wall Length

 Wall Height 5′ 10′  15′ 20′ 25′ 30′
 4″  1 course  5  10  15  20  25  30
 8″  2 courses  10  20  30  40  50  60
 12″ 3 courses  15  30  45  60  75  90
 16″ 4 courses  20  40  60  80  100  120
 20″ 5 courses  25  50  75  100  125  150
 24″ 6 courses  30  60  90  120  150  180

Plan and Calculate Your Project

Tools and Materials Needed:

  • Chisel
  • Hammer
  • Level
  • Shovel
  • Stakes and string
  • Concrete Adhesive (optional)
  • Sand
  • Safety Glasses
  • gravel
  • Gloves

How To Install Your Retaining Wall

1.Dig a trench 12″ wide by 2″ to 4″ deep (6″ deep with Gardenwall).  Use sand for foundation.  Lay base course using string line and level.  Complete base course before proceeding to second course.

2.  Lay first course level.  Align units side by side using string line at back edge of unit.

3.  Stagger remaining courses as shown.   Connecting lip should overhang back edge of base.

4.  Making a curve.  Using Windsor Wall, you can make curves with a radius as small as 25″.  To maintain even spaceing, use a hammer to remove edges of the retaining lip.  Always wear safety glasses and gloves.

5.  Making a corner.  Use hammer and chisel to split unit in half.  Half will be used for the corner.  Removing connecting lips on corner and adjacent units.  Lay full units on either side of corner.  For second course, lay remaining half unit in opposite direction to stagger wall.

 

 A sweep-in joint sand for pavers that hardens with moisture to prevent wash-out, lock in paver sand and inhibit weed growth.

  • Polymer-fortified to lock joint sand in place
  • Blocks weed growth in joints
  • Easy to apply

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