A patio can be created with many materials, but it's hard to beat one made from pavers for ease of installation and low maintenance. The initial cost may be higher than other options, but you'll save in the long run by not having to stain or seal it continuously. Plus, repairs are easier, one paver at a time.
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The Grill Station R36 design will provide a perfect nest for your roll around barbecue grill and has 2 bonus food preparation areas built right into each column. Constructed with 4" x 8" x 12" universal tumbled block, the Grill Station has the charm of being built from cobble stone and will blend very nicely with any paver patio. The tumbled blo
Some patio stones can handle vehicle traffic — for use as driveway pavers, for example — in addition to foot traffic, but many pavers are for foot traffic only. All patio and walkway projects require a clear, level surface and a base prior to any laying.
For some patio ideas that offer an alternative to block paving, loose material such as crushed stone and wood chippings have a rustic and more casual feel; if there are specific materials that re-occur elsewhere in the garden, you could repeat this in your choice of patio materials for consistency.
Watch to learn how to plan and install a paver walkway including preparing the base, block patterns and tips and tricks to make sure you get the project right the 1st time. Click here for project