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Many people consider interlocking concrete pavers to be one of the most premium materials for home landscaping projects such as walkways, drives, and patios. They are durable, strong, easy-to-install, and come in a variety of sizes, colors, and shapes. However, like everything else in your home landscape, they will require some level of maintenance and repair.
In this piece, we’re going to provide a complete guide to maintaining interlocking concrete pavers.
You can minimize staining, surface damage, and discoloration by coating the surface of your pavers with a sealer. Generally speaking, resealing pavers every two or three years is more than enough. When the time comes to reseal your pavers, make sure to thoroughly clean the surface before resealing. Consider using a spray or brush, depending on the size of your patio.
Landscapers typically consider polymeric sand to be among the best materials that are used for patio and walk joint sand. Using a combination of binders and natural sand helps the polymeric sand stay in place in the narrow spaces between the pavers. Your overall pavement system will benefit from the integrity that polymeric sand will provide. Moreover, it will deter weeds and pests, such as ants.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to edge repair for interlocking pavers:
At times, you may notice a paver or two rising a little higher above. This typically happens when the surface isn’t even. Here’s a guide to resetting them.
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