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How to Lay Brick Resin Patio Pavers

How to Lay Brick Resin Patio Pavers

How to Lay Brick Resin Patio Pavers. Brick resin patio pavers are much easier to install than regular brick pavers. They are designed with teeth that help sink and hold them firmly into the ground. However, they are harder to divide or cut, so you must carefully measure the area you want to pave. With this in mind, you should be able to complete a...

Brick resin patio pavers are much easier to install than regular brick pavers. They are designed with teeth that help sink and hold them firmly into the ground. However, they are harder to divide or cut, so you must carefully measure the area you want to pave. With this in mind, you should be able to complete a small to medium project over a weekend.
Things You'll Need
Measuring tape
Mallet (optional)
Sand, gravel or loose landscape material
Broom
Measure the area you want to pave carefully, using a measuring tape. Resin pavers cannot be easily cut like regular brick pavers. Make sure you have enough pavers to complete your project.
Level the ground in the project area and cover it with sand, gravel or loose ground material for best results, according to Home Depot. If using on grass, install pavers after a cropped mowing.
Press the pavers into place. Either use a mallet, or step on the pavers if the ground is soft enough.
Cover the pavers with sand, gravel or loose ground material, and sweep it into the joints with a broom to hold the pavers firmly in place.

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