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My patio turned out great and I have to emphasize the ease with which it went together. Don't think it will be too difficult. Just do it!
Instead of using gravel, isn't there a benefit using lime rock?
At first I thought this would be a lot of hard work but you two made it look easy.
At 71 years of age I would need some help on the digging ...
Yeah, it's an oxymoron. "Easy patio."
Sorry gang. If one was able to dig straight through the earth from Oregon you would end up north of Iran. China is 2 time zones east.
That's a lot of work, but it's worth it. Nice project and a lot of $ saved by DIY.
It is a great video, thanks. Since doing the finishing is sometime harder, could you add more details about how did you prepare the area to put L shape paver edges, and how did you do hide them? I noticed that while laying out bricks there was no space for paver edges.Thanks from Levittown, NY.
Can 3/4" stone be used as a base ?
"A Backyard Patio that Goes Down Easily . . . "
I'm not sure about the Easily part.
Thanks Ron, your videos are awesome and easy to follow. They give methe confidence to tackle a multitude of projects.
Bro, it will be too thin and will crack and come apart.
It is best to remove the old concrete and put in a new base.
How did it turn out Bro? Please reply asap. Post some pictures of the finished project.
Just call MISSDIG, Bro.
It depends on how big you want the patio. Ask at your Home Depot.
I had a deck out back & the yard was all grass. I could bbq on the deck.
Home Depot, Dude.
See my previous reply, above Bro. You need a flat shovel and lots of elbow grease. Good luck with it.
Home Depot carries the pavers and will help you figure out how many you need. They have a brochure about it. Get some extra pavers as they make good paperweights also!
Thanks for the video transcript. Always nice to have that when you can't hear very well. It made the presentation crystal clear.
There is a special bagged sand available from the paving brick supplier called "Polymeric sand" that bonds the pavers when washed into the spaces between. It also discourages seeds from starting.
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Wish I had watched this video prior to making my own patio - which now has migrated and has to be redone. Frustrated in Atlanta.
If your existing slab is flat and drains well then all you would need is a border to protect and hold your bricks in place. Your main issue would be making sure that if you live where it gets below freezing that you allow for good drainage so the water doesn't pool, freeze and deteriorate your bricks.
That was thinwall and therefor not an outdoor conduit so you would want to use a conduit that can be used for direct burial. Additionally you would probably only need to leave one line in place.
Keep in mind the free wire location services ( "Call before you dig" or http://www.call811.com/faqs/de... etc) are for utility location and a line from the house the garage like this may not qualify so you may have to pay for a location service.
Now I know how to make a patio, probably I won't do it myself but will know if they are doing it right! ps. I only think it was too small, also he should open a sliding door or a french door on his house to walk to the patio. Then he will be done.
Best video I have viewed for simple instructions on building a small backyard patio.Now, I feel confident I can complete this do it yourself project. Thanks a million!