Lay paving stones - Paving Stones In this tutorial we...

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Paving Stones In this tutorial we explain how to lay a paving block path. For added style and ease we have replaced traditional paving stone concrete edging with 125x125 senton posts. This method of edging not only creates a great look, but also makes the project easier for those attempting it. We are using common solid concrete cobblestone paving blocks 230mm long x 190mm wide x 60mm thick. These pavers come in a variety of colours for individual tastes. Other materials required include basecourse metal (gap 20) and sand. All materials are ready avaliable in the Auckland area. This project is suitable for moderate to firm ground. If your ground is soft, you will need to excavate deeper and replace with basecourse metal. Step 1: Excavations Dig out the proposed pathway to a depth of 150mm below finished path height (usually existing ground level) and the required path width. Try to plan the width of the path so that full pavers can be placed without the need for cutting. When working out the overall
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2009 for the course ENGR 23432 taught by Professor Puliyambath during the Spring '09 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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