CAN U LAY PAVERS OVER AN EXISTING BRICK PATIO?
WBC on Jun 01, 2013Yes you can, however the existing pavers must be sound and you might have to use cement to bond the new pavers...... then you might have hight problem, if the extra hight is not a problem you are good to goHelpful Reply
PAVERS DEPOT on Jun 02, 2013YES, VERY EASILYHelpful Reply
PAVERS DEPOT on Jun 04, 2013ABSOLUTELY, SAND BED AND LAY. MORTAR THE OUTSIDE EDGES TO BIND.Helpful Reply
Saleh CM Services, LLC on Jun 07, 2013The answer is "No" if your house is the Houston clayey soil. You must place 6" of coarse sand under the pavers and you must compact the sand using a compactor machine. If you try do the shorter cut you will see that in less then one year time; you will notice some pavers movement.Helpful Reply
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