Brick paver patio – A brick paver patio improves a farm with a colorful surface to enjoy your outdoor space. Installation of brick pavers is a rewarding do-it-yourself project. Add tiles over a bed of gravel and sand bedding and you can take as much time as you need to place correctly and level of each paver. With a solid foundation and a flat surface of your patio will last for years.
Make a brick paver patio, draw a border with landscape painting around the terrace site. Measure the length and width and adjust the outline as necessary as it will lead the precise design of your patio. Use a rope to recreate the terrace sketch next to the site. Use this space to dry-lay brick pavers in a pleasing pattern. To the interlocking pavers, due to preplanned pattern so that they lock each other in position. Place the brick pavers flush against each other for an interlocking pattern, and leave no more than one-eighth inch of space between them, if you follow a pattern of joints. Excavate 8 inches of soil from the outlined patio space.
Fill the flat with two 3-inch layer of three-quarter-inch gravel highway. Cover the compacted gravel bed with 2 inches course sand to fill the gaps of gravel and provide a smooth, flat surface for brick paver. Set the pavers in the order you have them arranged next to the terrace. Add or remove some of the sand until the bricks are even with each other. Fill the joints between the brick paver patio with stone dust or fine sand. They filled joints will pad pavers and keep them from sliding around.