By Roxanne Boyer. driveway. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 11:02:44 AM.
You need a flat bed for your pavers to lay on, to do this you can use 18mm galvanised steel electrical conduit, they are not expensive but are better than using timber because the piece of timber or aluminum used to screed the sand will slide along them much easier.
The first up would probably be the resin bonded driveway. This is a fairly new edition to the driveway family and a fairly new concept to the industry. What is a resin bonded driveway? To make it simple a resin bonded driveway appears to be made to look like a traditional pea shingle driveway but on closer inspection we find that it is a small layer of angular grit held together with glue.
Firstly You will need to remove your existing driveway, this could be either concrete, tarmac or concrete flags. To make life easy hire a mini digger from a local tool hire company and you will clear this stage in a day. If you want to however this can be done by hand but will take much longer to do!
Two Set up your level line. You will need to knock 2 timber or steel pins into the ground, one at the house end of the driveway and the other at the pavement side. Next, attach a tight builder’s nylon line at what will be the finished height of your block paving, this line should be approx 10mm higher than the pavement and 150mm lower than the damp proof course to allow for final compaction of the block paving.
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