Cedar Lake Sidewalk Restoration


The Client had an existing flagstone sidewalk that had mortar in the joints between the flagstone pieces. It was cracking and chipping away. Not only was it not holding up well, it didn't look good either, the flagstone is dark and the mortar is more white.
We removed the mortar and installed a product called Gator Dust. It is meant for larger joints. We used a grey color to complement the flagstone
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, Before
Before
The color of the mortar does not complement the color of the flagstone.
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, Before
Before
The mortar is chipping and cracking.
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, Before
Before
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, Before
Before
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, After
After
The Gator Dust is a more appropriate option for the joints between the flagstone pieces. It is a faster installation than mortar, and holds up much better.
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, After
After
The Gator Dust fills the joints between the flagstone pieces.
cedar lake sidewalk restoration, concrete masonry, landscape, patio, After
After
The color of the Gator Dust blends well with the flagstone.

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  • Msc21916123
    on May 14, 2018

    My sidewalk looks like your before as well! Pictures great BUT no explanation about prep before /during Gator dust...? Do you need

    stone dust first than the Gator?

    did you do any prep to side edges

    as well? 365? #2river pebbles?

    how do you keep grass from overtaking?

    im inspired!

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