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How do you cut pavers half without using a heavy machine?
Done lots of paving. Watching your great video, I now realist I'e been doing wrong all these years. Your way looks so much quicker and easier. Cheers mate.
Great video! Thanks for sharing Jason…👍👍👍
i need to do this for my mum. this video was really well presented, thanks 🙂
Excellent video, I need to lay a base for a workshop / shed and want to save money by using paving rather than concrete. This video has answered several questions and given me some truly valuable advice. Many thanks
should i compact sand one time and then screeding. we can have a harder sand level so it wont be uneven paver while we laying and walking on it
good to do the edges with the muck
Hi you mentioned dial before you dig. i have found they only send details of utility locations on public property. not inside private boundary.
Brillant mon, Yeah mon
Explained perfectly. Thanks champ👊
awesome mate "sometimes I use my foot but that leaves a mark, other times I use my hand but that gets sore real quick"…
I'm doing a patio with the same pavers you are! Is there a certain depth of sand I should go for? How deep is too Deep, and how thin is too thin of sand?
thank you so much my Brother now I got one more thing that I can add to my handyman fence and decks services , you are the best
A big thanks from Toronto, Canada! My son and I just tackled our back patio – went a treat with your advice! We'd buy you a beer if we could! Cheers!!
Fantastic video, best by a mile
I think I have watched them all to this point and I can say……GREAT VIDEO!!! I am digging out for a patio now but I had to rent a sod cutter to get all the grass up. The ground was ridiculously hard so I ran the sod cutter 3 times around the space to "cut" the dirt out. My next task is to level the ground at 6 inches below grade and ensure a fall away from the house. Install 3 inches of 3/4 minus gravel….then 1 inch of sand and then the 2 inch paver……well it's a little over 2 inches to allow for compaction…and that should bring it level with my current patio…similar to what you did here. Again great video!!