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Yes you can afford timeless style, elegant beauty, and enduring longevity of an exceptional paving stone driveway from Liberty Pavers Company for your Scottsdale, AZ home. Paving projects can be done easy and simple with our skilled team of workers. Just give us a phone call at: +1 (480) 576-2300 and get the best value of your investment.
Driveway’s paving stones isn’t liable to chip or crack, which means that it can withstand wear and tear and your car’s weight parking on the driveway at your Scottsdale, AZ home. Aside from that, paving stone driveways are made up of numerous small pieces locked together. Thus, it can withstand shifting ground. So, if you need help for your paving project in the Scottsdale, AZ area or surroundings, let Liberty Pavers Company do the job for you.
You don’t need heavy equipment and a week of work to lay an attractive and durable path. We designed this path, one of our favorite garden path ideas, with bricks for simplicity and ease of construction. It’s made from old street pavers and granite cobbles set on a sand bed. But you can substitute just about any pavers or types of stones that are readily available and fit your landscape. The stone-setting techniques will even accommodate stones of varying thicknesses. You can build this path in about two weekends using a shovel, a wheelbarrow and a few inexpensive hand tools.
We’ll walk you through all the path-building details, from breaking ground to breaking the cobbles to fit tight spots. Usually, the main stumbling block is making the path smooth and flat. To solve that problem, we’ll show you a simple leveling technique using ordinary plastic landscape edging. With this technique, you can lay a top-notch path, even if you’re a novice.
We integrated a seating area into our pathway. Also, keep in mind that we designed this path for foot traffic and other light use. Don’t try to drive on it. Because the path is set only on sand, it won’t stay as flat and smooth as a traditional paver walk set on a compacted gravel bed. It’s ideal for narrower secondary walks in a garden or backyard, where slight imperfections and undulations add to its character. And if an edge stone gets loose from a wheelbarrow bouncing over it, you can reset it in minutes. Expect to pull an occasional weed growing up in the joints. Or if you prefer an English cottage look, encourage moss or other ground covers to grow in the joints.
The path is set on several inches of sand base and bordered by hidden landscape edging with the tube cut off. To achieve the aged, timeless look, you’ll have to track down old street pavers. If you’re lucky, you may be able to salvage material from a local project. Otherwise look for older materials at a landscape supplier or an architectural salvage store. Expect to pay a dollar or more apiece for old pavers. The size varies but it usually takes 4.5 to cover a square foot. The granite cobblestone isn’t antique; the stones were run through a rock tumbler to make them look worn. We paid a premium for these. Figure on three cobbles per linear foot of the path. Use ordinary washed concrete sand for the setting bed. Figure on 1 cu. yd. per 80 sq. ft. of the path.
Have the pavers, cobbles and sand delivered. Use a “contractor’s grade” landscape edging for the border. Buy it from a landscape supplier in 20-ft. strips that are stored flat. (If you gently bend each in half, you can wrestle them into a sedan with the windows open.) They usually come with stakes, but buy a few extra packs to hold the edging down better. Don’t buy the edging that’s coiled up in a box; it’s difficult to uncoil and set smoothly.
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