Installing Concrete Pavers, Part Two

Last week's newsletter article dealt with colors, patterns and design techniques. This week's article gets to the fun part, installation.

Installing Interlocking Concrete Pavers, Part One

Interlocking concrete pavers are versatile sections of compacted concrete that are used to pave paths, patios, driveways and steps. They are available in numerous colors and shapes and simulate bricks, tiles, cobblestones and granite blocks. Pavers are available from garden centers and nurseries, lumber yards, hardware stores and discount stores. Because of their uniformity, pavers fit together easily and their installation is a common do-it-yourself project.

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