Our Step-by-Step Process for installing paving Stones

paver installation Process


Our Step-by-Step Process for installing paving Stones


Our tip-top group of installers is top-notch. With many years of involvement, our expert installation group is speedy and proficient, giving quality and an unrivaled meticulousness that other paver organizations need.


Look down to see photographs of our 15 Step paver installation cycle and snap on any of the thumbnails to grow every photograph.




  • Break and remove existing hardscape
  • remove and grade subsoils to fitting profundity
  • Last Grade and Compacting the Base
  • Use string lines to set the last grade. This shows our last height (top of pavers) and guarantees an appropriate incline for water stream and seepage.
  • Spread a few creeps of class 2 base equitably in every single paving region. This is a total made of squashed stone and reused substantial which is utilized as a paving sub-base for turnpikes and streets just as driveways and decks. Its capacity to reduce and solidify makes it ideal for this sort of use.
  • Conservative base to legitimate thickness utilizing a plate compactor. This will guarantee a strong establishment to expand upon.

Laying the pavers

  • Spread equally 1 inch of rugged edge bedding sand in every single paving region.
  • By screening the sand between 1-inch breadth pipes, a totally smooth and even bed is ready for the pavers to be laid upon.
  • Lay pavers in the chosen design. This cycle regularly starts up against the house (for certain exemptions) and proceeds to the border of the paving region. Examples can be laid opposite to the house or at a 45-degree plot for an alternate impact.


Filling Joints


  • Imprint edge pavers for slicing to permit installation of a boundary stone. The line stone conceals slice stones to give a completed look to the whole external border of your paver installation.


  • For edge stones that don’t line another hardscape (existing substantial section, divider, and so forth), the paver is wet-set onto a substantial bond bar. This offers help along the whole edge, holding the pavers inside these boundaries back from relaxing or moving over the long run.


  • When all pavers are laid and borders are cut and established in, sand is cleared over the whole field, filling in every one of the joints between the stones. This interaction is rehashed until the joints can’t acknowledge any more sand.





The sanded pavers are then compacted with a vibrating plate to situate the stones into the sand bed underneath them. This likewise works the joint sand from the past advance farther down into the joints and guarantees the interlocking system.

Completed sand level in a paver joint ought to be around 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch beneath the incline of the paver.