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    this patio was by far the most challenging due to the pattern of pavers!! one wrong paver in the wrong spot n pulling back up all the pavers that were wrong !!i know cause i had to pull back up about 15 of them! but before i could do that i had to figure out where my screw up was then figure out just how many to pull up to get the pattern right!!
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    cool.. do you do stamping as well???
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    • #3
      i used to when i did concrete work cindy! stamp work is real expensive and alot more is involved with stamped concrete!!! i`d highly recommend the pavers over stamped due to cost and labor!!
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      • #4
        oh ya...
        thats right..
        my buddy who does concrete sent me a pic of a sidewalk he just did and stamped... its sooo pretty!!
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        • #5
          That looks like a nice cozy early morning coffee or evening BOX Wine hang-out. Nice work!!!
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          • #6
            Very nice...I like the shapes, haven't seen those here!
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            • #7
              the patio furniture make it look alot smaller then i really is!! 15'x15' v they got the pavers from lowes
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              • #8
                very cool.....wanna come do mine?
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                • #9
                  No Lowes here! LOL! A lot of people here use those small red type bricks, they're always having to re-do it, take them up and add more sand etc.... I don't think the weather here is good for it!
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                  • #10
                    Looks great. That's a lot of work.
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                    • #11
                      Stone Paver's.....what a pain to install, you did a great job, it looks awesome!!!
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                      • #12
                        v ,to fill in the joints i used a polymer based sand!you sweep it into fill in all the joints then use a leaf blower to blow of any excess off the pavers and lightly shower the patio with water.it sets up kinda hard yet it`s still plyable too,good stuff but it`s not cheap!! josh if lived near ya i sure would do a patio for ya!!or any of the herd for that matter!!!
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                        • #13
                          Looks good smitty..I like it.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by MOTOCROSSER View Post
                            v ,to fill in the joints i used a polymer based sand!you sweep it into fill in all the joints then use a leaf blower to blow of any excess off the pavers and lightly shower the patio with water.it sets up kinda hard yet it`s still plyable too,good stuff but it`s not cheap!! josh if lived near ya i sure would do a patio for ya!!or any of the herd for that matter!!!
                            I think most people here just use regular sand! So theres the difference!
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                            • #15
                              That stone looks very nice. Very well done. If you have an existing concrete patio you can use an acid stain , then get a masonry saw blade on a circular saw and cut diagnal patterns in concrete. I used to do that along with my concrete business down in Texas. Did a lot of Republic of Texas type stars in entries inside homes. The cuts are very shallow and it goes pretty fast too.

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