Over time, you begin to notice your beautiful paver patio losing its beauty. You begin to notice cracks, you start noticing a crooked brick here and a crooked brick there, and you also start seeing some pavers sinking into the ground. But how did this happen?
The main reason is unlike bricks set into mortar, pavers are set on a bed of compacted sand. Although they are very secure, because the sand shifts over time, the pavers start moving as well. On top of all this, the winter cycles of freezing and thawing take a toll on them, too.
Or maybe not enough sand was installed in the first place at the time of paver patio installation. Or maybe the drainage problems around your patio is the real culprit.
Whatever the cause of the problem may be, at some point or another your paver patios repair will need a bit of attention to get everything lined up straight again.
Whatever the damage may be, whether you have broken pavers, crooked pavers or sunken pavers, the fix is usually the same. You will first have to remove the damaged pavers, and replace it with a new one.
Materials you will need:
The steps to remove and replace pavers:
Thinking about installing a new paver patio to enhance the aesthetics of your home or have you started noticing crooked and broken pavers that are completely ruining the beauty of your lovely paver patio? Whatever the case, AllGood Construction is at your service always. With more than 18 years of experience and a team of experts, we provide all types of services related to masonry. Whether you want to have a new patio installed or need paver patio repair and maintenance services, you can call us on (404)456-8312.