Can You Put Pavers on Mulch? Material & Process

Muhammad Zubair Saleem | 🗓️ Modified: May 20, 2023 | ⏳ Read Time: 7 min | 👁 Post Views: 161

Being a contractor helping homeowners getting pavers around the patios or driveways; a lot of homeowners asks “can you put pavers on mulch?” That’s because a lot of people believes that mulch might not help get a solid foundation for pavers. But in reality, mulch do help in getting a solid foundation for pavers. So, … Read more

How To Clean Concrete with TSP – Trisodium Phosphate?

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: May 13, 2023 | ⏳ Read Time: 4 min | 👁 Post Views: 105

TSP (Trisodium Phosphate) is a strong cleaning agent that can do wonders in terms of cleaning grease, paint spots, and mildew stains effectively from concrete surface. Be it the basement floor, patio, or driveway tsp concrete cleaner is equally effective. Why tsp cleaner concrete? The best thing about TSP is that it is alkaline and … Read more

Can We Put Swimming Pool Above Ground On Pavers?

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: May 13, 2023 | ⏳ Read Time: 6 min | 👁 Post Views: 96

Yes, you can put swimming pool on top of pavers but only if it has a solid base. So, make sure that pavers are on solid earth; leveled and are covered with a thick layer of 3 to 4 inches of compacted stone dust. For durability of the above ground pool, it’s best to have … Read more

How Long Does It Take Polymeric Sand to Cure?

Muhammad Zubair Saleem | 🗓️ Modified: May 7, 2023 | ⏳ Read Time: 6 min | 👁 Post Views: 101

Curing is the final process while installing pavers with polymeric sand. But curing is a critical process that can directly impact the quality and durability of the pavers. So, it is crucial to let the polymeric sand dry and cure. But how long does it take for the polymeric sand to cure? Well, here’s our … Read more

How To Pour Concrete On a Slope? (Most Effective Way On Incline)

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: May 1, 2023 | ⏳ Read Time: 6 min | 👁 Post Views: 186

In order to pour concrete on slope, try to reduce the slump of concrete to make it less workable so the concrete won’t sag on its own weight. And once it’s there, you need to carefully screed the top of the concrete slowly and steadily.  Make sure to start pouring from lowest point of the … Read more