First, I removed all of the rocks in the area, and gt it ready to pace the pavers. ( I decided to use 64 pavers, 8 rows of 8 pavers)
Afternoon Spa Pad
Well here goes nothing! My daughter bought a spa and I didn’t want it on my pool decking so I went down to Lowe’s to check out the pavers they had, to make a small patio space. I picked up some 11.7” x 11.7" pavers. I also picked up some sand and decided I’d make a spa pad. Let's see how this goes!
I then loosened the dirt, and wet it a bit because it was packed so tight! I dug about an inch because I want to the pavers to be even with the ground.
I then spread the sand and leveled it with my level.
Once I was ready to lay down the pavers, I used a T square and level to la my first row pf pavers. This way it would be as straight as possible.
If the paver was too low or too high, I'd add or remove sand where necessary.
I used a rubber mallet, but be careful not to hit down too hard, they can break.
Then I used a bag of sand and covered the top to fill in all the lines and cracks.
My spa fits perfectly. This job wasn’t too hard and it took only about 5 hours. It works!
This project only cost me $69! I can see how this would have costed more if I hired someone to do it. Go ahead and give it a try yourself!
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