Do you have questions about patios or patio installation? We’ve compiled our most popular Q&As right here.
No. You should not even think about laying pavers on clay grounds. Clay ground will shift and settle over time. We lay crushed stone or quarry process stone before laying pavers.
We use crushed stone or quarry process stone as our base when laying pavers.
It depends on the purpose of the pavers. For sidewalks and patios, the paver base is about 4 inches. For driveways, it’s about 8 inches—depending on soil conditions.
We recommend a layer of landscape fabric after the area is compacted but before the base is laid.
We use polymeric sand. This is a granular sand material that is placed within the cracks and joints between stone pavers. It is used to interlock the units and preserve the beauty and integrity of the pavers.
No. Bluestone’s natural stone and texture adds to its toughness and prevents it from becoming slippery.
Yes! According to SmartMoney.com, a landscaped patio raises the value of your home by 12.4 percent.