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hat will your Pavestone Dreamscape be?

12" Square and Red Lava Rock

BellaCobble™

Oxford™ Paver

Thank you for choosing Pavestone products to add beauty and value to your landscape. Pavestone Company began in 1980 with one manufacturing facility in North Texas. From the beginning, we dedicated ourselves to delivering the greatest selection and the highest quality of segmental concrete systems available in the U.S. Our paving stones, retaining walls, patio stones, edgers and landscape stone transform landscapes into beautiful dreamscapes. Today, Pavestone brand products are manufactured in 20 state-of-the-art facilities delivering to more than 40 states. We hope that you will enjoy your Pavestone brand dreamscape for many years.

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A dd Beauty & Value to Your Yard! pavestone.com

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq.

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Rumbled™ Wall, Patio Stones, 12" Edgestone™ Marble Chips

Oxford™ Paver

Rumbled™ Wall, 16" Squares, Pea Pebbles

16" or 18" Squares, 12" Edgestone, Pea Pebbles

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12" Riverstone

Tumbled Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq.

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16" Square Stratford™

Rumbled™ Wall

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq.

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Oxford™ Paver

Plaza Rec. & Sq.

Anchor Windsor StoneÂŽ, Tumbled Plaza Rec. & Sq.

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Tumbled Holland Stone

Anchor Windsor Stone速

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W eekend Projects pavestone.com

Edge A Planting Area

Tidy Up The Backyard

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Create A Pathway


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Build A Tree Ring

Spruce Up an Entryway

Create A Sitting Area

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O xford

Paving Stones

Paver & Holland Paver

Oxford™ Paver

Specification and Pallet Information Oxford™ Nominal Dimensions: 2 15/16" W x 5 9/10" L x 14/5" H Stones/Sq. Ft.: 8.42 Stones/Pallet: 1,120 Wt./Stone: 2.5 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,850 Ibs.* Sq. Ft./Pallet: 133 Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

APPLICATION PATTERNS

45° Herringbone

90° Herringbone

Parquet

Runner Bond

Holland Paver

Specification and Pallet Information Holland Paver & Tumbled Holland Paver Nominal Dimensions: 4" W x 8" L x 14/5" H Stones/Sq. Ft.: 4.6 Stones/Pallet: 672 Wt./Stone: 4.5 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,074 Ibs.* Sq. Ft./Pallet: 146 Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Tumbled

AVAILABLE IN SPECIAL ORDER

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Cobble Paver

Specification and Pallet Information Cobble Paver Nominal Dimensions: 6" W x 12" L x 2" H Stones/Sq. Ft.: 2 Stones/Pallet: 288 Wt./Stone: 10 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,930 Ibs.* Sq. Ft./Pallet: 144

Cobble Paver

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

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P laza Paver & Tumbled Plaza Paver Paving Stones

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq.

Plaza Paver Rectangle Nominal Dimensions: Stones/Sq. Ft.: Stones/Pallet: Wt./Stone: Wt./Pallet: Sq. Ft./Pallet:

APPLICATION PATTERNS

5 1/2" W x 8 1/4" L x 14/5" H 3.2 420 6.7 Ibs. 2,864 Ibs.* 131

Also available in tumbled "Muster K"

Plaza Paver Square Nominal Dimensions: Stones/Sq. Ft.: Stones/Pallet: Wt./Stone: Wt./Pallet: Sq. Ft./Pallet:

5 1/2" W x 5 1/2" L x 14/5" H 4.7 672 4.4 Ibs. 3,007 Ibs.* 143

Also available in tumbled

Runner Bond

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq.

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Riverstone Retaining Walls

12"

12" Riverstone

Specification and Pallet Information Riverstone Wall Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x 7" W x 4" H Max Height: 2 ft. (includes burying 1st course) Stones/Face Ft.: 3 Stones/Pallet: 144 Wt./Stone: 22 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,218 Ibs.* Face Ft./Pallet: 48 Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight. 12" Riverstone

How Much Do I Buy?

12" Riverstone

(Stones Required per Square Foot of Wall Surface Area) # of Courses

Wall Height

1

– Wall Length –

4"

5’ 5

10’ 10

15’ 15

20’ 20

25’ 25

2

8"

10

20

30

40

50

3

12"

15

30

45

60

75

4

16"

20

40

60

80

100

5

20"

25

50

75

100

125

6

24"

30

60

90

120

150

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Retaining Wall Windsor Stone Retaining Walls

Anchor

12"

®

12" Retaining Wall Anchor Windsor Stone®

Specification and Pallet Information 12" Retaining Wall Anchor Windsor Stone® Nominal Dimensions: 115/8" L x 4" H x 7" D Max Height: 2 ft. (includes burying1st course) Stones/Face Ft.: 3 .1 Stones/Pallet: 144 Wt./Stone: 22.4 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,276 Ibs.* Face Ft./Pallet: 46 Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight

12" Retaining Wall Anchor Windsor Stone® and Anchor Windsor Stone® Cap

Great for Straight and Curved Applications

How Much Do I Buy? 12" Retaining Wall Anchor Windsor Stone Cap Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x x 2" H x 8" D Stones/Linear Ft.: 1 Stones/Pallet: 180 Wt./Stone: 14 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,570 Ibs.* ®

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. pallet weight

(Stones Required per Square Foot of Wall Surface Area) # of Wall Courses / Height

1 2 3 4 5 6

4" 8" 12" 16" 20" 24"

– Wall Length –

5'

10'

15'

20'

25'

5 10 15 20 25 30

10 20 30 40 50 60

15 30 45 60 75 90

20 40 60 80 100 120

25 50 75 100 125 150

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How many 12“ Retaining Wall Anchor Windsor Stone® pieces does it take to build a tree ring?

Tree Ring Applications 24" Maximum 16"

8"

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®

Diameter

®

Bury first course

6 5 4 3 2 1

12" Retaining Wall Anchor Windsor Stone®

* Use two 1/2 cu. ft. bags of Pavestone Paver Sand for every 6 ft. Most rings will require the cutting of one stone to fit. Numbers are in whole stones. Each ring below the top ring will extend your diameter by at least 2".

5’ to 12’ Outside Diameter Number of Courses or Layers 2 5' Diameter Top Ring

3 16 17

Total stones

6' Diameter Top Ring

33

16 17 17 Total stones

20 20 Total stones

8' Diameter Top Ring

40

10' Diameter Top Ring

53

Total stones

12' Diameter Top Ring

66

Total stones

61

80

Total stones

100

Total stones

Total stones

119

Total stones

82

Total stones

108

Total stones

134

Total stones

160

Total stones

104

Total stones

Total stones

Total stones

201

165

33 33 34 34 35 35 Total stones

204 39 40 40 41 41 42

39 40 40 41 41 Total stones

126 26 27 27 28 28 29

136

169

105 20 20 21 21 22 22

33 33 34 34 35

39 40 40 41 Total stones

86

26 27 27 28 28

33 33 34 34 Total stones

16 17 17 18 18 19

20 20 21 21 22

26 27 27 28

39 40 40

79

68

6 16 17 17 18 18

20 20 21 21

33 33 34

39 40 Total stones

Total stones

26 27 27

33 33 Total stones

50

5 16 17 17 18

20 20 21

26 27 Total stones

4

Total stones

243

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Rumbled

B righton Stone

Retaining Walls

Wall

& 16"

Anchor

®

Wall

Rumbled™ Wall

Specification and Pallet Information Rumbled™ Wall Rectangle Nominal Dimensions: 16" W x 4" H x 8" D Max Height: N/A Stones/Face Ft.: 2.25 Stones/Pallet: 70 Wt./Stone: 41 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,920 Ibs.* Face Ft./Pallet: 31 Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Rumbled™ Wall Cross Section

16" Anchor Brighton Stone® Wall

Specification and Pallet Information 16" Anchor Brighton Stone® Wall Nominal Dimensions: 16" L x 6" H x 10" D Max Height: 3 ft. (includes burying 1st course) Stones/Face Ft.: 1.5 Stones/Pallet: 45 Wt./Stone: 52 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,390 Ibs.* Face Ft./Pallet: 30 Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

How Much Do I Buy? 16" Anchor Brighton Stone® Preferred use as a screen wall and columns. Must use adhesive between layers for free standing walls.

How Much Do I Buy? LxH 10' x 28" = 52.5 10' x 44" = 82.5

32" high = 32 48" high = 48

(Stones Required per Square Foot of Wall Surface Area) # of Courses

Wall Height

1

6"

2 3

– Wall Length –

5’ 4

10’ 8

15’ 12

20’ 15

25’ 19

12"

8

16

24

30

38

18"

12

24

36

45

57

4

24"

16

32

48

60

76

5

30"

20

40

60

75

95

6

36"

24

48

72

90

114

Great for Straight and Curved Applications. Perfect for 90° Angles, Columns, Benches and Grill Enclosures. For all products: Color in concrete products may vary from pallet to pallet. Please purchase your projects all at one time.

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Scallop Edge Curved & Straight Edgers

12" Scallop Edge Straight 12" Scallop Edge Curved

Specification and Pallet Information 12 in. Straight Scallop Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x 2" W x 5 1/2" H Stones/Linear Ft.: 1 Stones/Pallet: 224 Wt./Stone: 11 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,514 Ibs.* Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Specification and Pallet Information 12 in. Curved Scallop Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x 2" W x 5 1/2" H Stones/Linear Ft.: 1 Stones/Pallet: 176 Wt./Stone: 12.51 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,250 Ibs.*

How Much Do I Buy? Straight Projects 10' = 15' =

10 Stones 15 Stones

30' = 45' =

30 Stones 45 Stones

50' = 100' =

50 Stones 100 Stones

Great for Straight and Curved Applications

How Much Do I Buy? Tree Ring Diameter: 15" =

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

4 Stones

Great for Straight and Curved Applications

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Portico Edger & 12" Edgestone Edgers

12" Edgestone™ 16" Portico™ Edger

Specification and Pallet Information Portico™ Edger Nominal Dimensions: 16" L x 2 3/4" W x 5 1/2" H Stones/Linear Ft.: .75 Stones/Pallet: 132 Wt./Stone: 16 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 2,162 Ibs.* Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Specification and Pallet Information 12" Edgestone™ Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x 4" W x 4" H Stones/Linear Ft.: 1 Stones/Pallet: 224 Wt./Stone: 15 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,410 Ibs.* Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Minimum Outside Diameter

18 Stones 71" Approx. 6'

Tree Ring

Great for Straight, Circular and Serpentine Applications How Much Do I Buy?

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How Much Do I Buy?

Straight Projects

Tree Rings Diameter

8' = 16' = 32' =

48" 61" 71"

6 Stones 12 Stones 24 Stones

Great for Straight, Curved and Serpentine Applications

= = =

9 Stones 12 Stones 14 Stones

Stones Diameter

19 20 21

= = =

76" 80" 84"

Stones Diameter

22 23 24

= = =

88" 92" 96"

Stones Diameter

25 26 27

= = =

100" 104" 108"

Stones Diameter

28 29 30

= = =

112" 116" 120"


P icket Edge

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Picket Edge™ Curved

Picket Edge™ Straight

Specification and Pallet Information 12" Curved Picket Edge™ Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x 2" W x 5 7/8" H Stones/Linear Ft.: 1 Stones/Pallet: 160 Wt./Stone: 9 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 1,490 Ibs.*

12" Picket Edge™ Nominal Dimensions: Stones/Linear Ft.: Stones/Pallet: Wt./Stone: Wt./Pallet:

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

PICKETEDGE

TM

PICKETEDGE

TM

Great for Circular, Curved and Serpentine Applications

Great for Straight Applications

How Much Do I Buy?

How Much Do I Buy?

Tree Ring Diameter: 32" = 8 stones 36" = 9 stones

12" L x 2" W x 5 7/8" H 1 224 9 Ibs. 2,066 Ibs.*

Straight Projects 40" = 10 stones 44" = 11 stones

48" = 12 stones 10' = 10 Stones

15' = 15 Stones

30' = 30 Stones

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B ellaCobble

Patio Stones

16" Square

16" Square BellaCobble™

Specification and Pallet Information 16" Square BellaCobble™ Nominal Dimensions: 16" L x 16" W x 2" H Sq. Ft. Coverage/Stone: 1.78 Stones/Pallet: 84 Wt./Stone: 37 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,158 Ibs.* Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight. 16" Square BellaCobble™

APPLICATION PATTERNS

Fan

Serpentine

Circle

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16" Sq. Brickface

16" Square Stratford

Specification and Pallet Information 16" Square Stratford Nominal Dimensions: 16" L x 16" W x 2" H Sq. Ft. Coverage/Stone: 1.78 Stones/Pallet: 84 Wt./Stone: 39 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,326 Ibs.* Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Specification and Pallet Information 16" Square Brickface Nominal Dimensions: 16" L x 16" W x 2" H Sq. Ft. Coverage/Stone: 1.78 Stones/Pallet: 84 Wt./Stone: 37 Ibs. Wt./Pallet:

3,158 Ibs.*

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

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S quares Patio Stones

12" Square Patio Stone

12 in. Squares Nominal Dimensions: 12" L x 12" W x 1 3/5" H Sq. Ft. Coverage/Stone: 1 Stones/Pallet: 144 Wt./Stone: 23 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,362 Ibs.*

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

16 in. Squares Nominal Dimensions: 16" L x 16" W x 2" H Sq. Ft. Coverage/Stone: 1.78 Stones/Pallet: 84 Wt./Stone: 37 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 3,158 Ibs.*

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

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Sandstone System™

Sandstone System™ Installation Basics

Specification and Pallet Information Sandstone System™ Nominal Dimensions: 5 stones 3' L x 3' W Sq. Ft. Coverage/Stone: 5 stones = 9 Sq. ft. Stones/Pallet: 50 each Wt./Stone: 32 Ibs. Wt./Pallet: 1,650 Ibs.*

STEP 1 - EXCAVATION: Remove grass to 2 1/2 inch depth. Excavated area must have fall for drainage of 2 inches per 8 feet. STEP 2 - BASE MATERIAL: Mix dry Portland Cement with sand in wheel barrow. Blend should be one color. (1 shovel of Portland to 5 of sand)

3'

Product dimensions & weights are approximate. * Includes 50 Ibs. wooden pallet weight.

Each stone sold separately.

3'

STEP 4 - LAY STONES: Lay stones out in one of the recommended rotational patterns. Tamp stone into place by standing on it.

INSTALLATION PATTERNS

5 4

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4

5

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3

3 2

2

1

STEP 3 - SCREED BASE MIXTURE: Place two 2 x 4's parallel and flat approximately 4 feet apart. Shovel mixture between boards and screed off surface along 2 x 4's with another straight 2 x 4. Evenly pack mixture as you go; remove 2 x 4's. Fill in voids.

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Rotate pattern for a random natural appearance.

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STEP 5 - CUTTING STONES: If cutting is required, use a wet saw, or masonry blade and score surface to 1/2 inch depth, then chisel stone from bottom along the same line. Always use protective eyewear when cutting stones. STEP 6 - FINISH JOINT APPLICATION: Easy: Fill joints with same mixture used for base, pack in place and sweep off excess. Best: Sweep excess base mixture out of joints and place mortar between stones for more finished look. Use mason tool to smooth joints. Avoid getting mortar on surface of stones.

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D ecorative Landscape Stone Landscape Stone

Red Volcanic Lava Rock

Snow White Marble Chips

Pond Pebbles

Also Available: Pelletized Limestone Pulverized Limestone Mini White Marble Chips All Purpose Stone Play Sand

Pea Pebbles

River Pebbles

Our entire line of decorative landscape stone is available in convenient pre-packed poly bags in palletized quantities. Paver Sand and Paver Base are also available.

How Much Do I Buy? – 1 cu. ft. bags

How Much Do I Buy? – .5 cu. ft. bags

Area to Cover

Total Sq. ft.

2" Deep

3" Deep

4" Deep

Area to Cover

Total Sq. ft.

5 x 10'

50 sq. ft.

8

13

17

5 x 10'

50 sq. ft.

17

25

33

5 x 20'

100 sq. ft.

17

25

33

5 x 20'

100 sq. ft.

33

50

67

10 x 10'

100 sq. ft.

17

25

33

10 x 10'

100 sq. ft.

33

50

67

10 x 20'

200 sq. ft.

33

50

66

10 x 20'

200 sq. ft.

67

100

133

0.167

0.25

0.333

0.333

0.500

0.667

or multiply sq. ft. by:

or multiply sq. ft. by:

2" Deep

3" Deep 4" Deep 4" Deep

ATTRACTIVE & NATURAL ROCK • EASY-TO-SPREAD EROSION CONTROL • RETAINS MOISTURE APPLICATIONS: Gardens, Pathways, Rock Gardens, Meditation Gardens, Ponds and Landscape Accents

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River Pebbles

Pond Pebbles

Snow White Marble Chips

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D esign Guide – Creating Bands and Borders with Paving Stones Paving Stones

Landscape designs are further enhanced when paving bands and borders

are incorporated. With a little planning and creativity, geometric patterns, grids and bands can take your pavestone project to the next level in aesthetic appeal. Often the band or border stone will contrast the fieldstone color. Holland Paver and Plaza Paver Rectangle are often used as border stones. In addition to enhancing design, they also increase structural support for cuts made to field stones.

Soldier Course Borders Border Field Single Course Border

Double Course Border

12" Sq. with Holland Paver Banding

TIP: Should you have a very narrow area to pave, you could switch your border to a sailor course formation.

Sailor Course Borders

This is an attractive alternative to a soldier course border and it does present more area for your field stones to establish their pattern.

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq. with single Plaza Paver banding.

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D esign Guide – Planning Your Space pavestone.com

...to accommodate your project and lifestyle.

All size recommendations are relative to actual patio furniture, traffic flow and design goals. The general rule of thumb is to think first, then design, so that you incorporate all of the necessary components into the design and materials estimation. The requirements shown in this booklet are considered to be absolute minimums.

Cafe table with 2 or 3 chairs 10 ft. diameter or square = 90 to 100 square feet

Area to comfortably access a BBQ grill 5 ft. x 5 ft. = 25 square feet

Traffic lane 3 ft. to 4 ft. width x length of pavement area

Average patio or breakfast size table 13 ft. diameter or square = 135 to 169 square feet

For example, a 5-ft. table and four (4) chairs may only appear to require a 10-ft. diameter patio. However, place four (4) adults in those chairs, then pull away slightly from the table as though you are relaxing after a satisfying meal. Now imagine the host/hostess serving dessert. Would he/she be able to walk easily around the table or would they find themselves walking around with one foot on the patio and one in the flower bed. Anticipating real patio use and traffic flow will enable you to design an appropriate sized setting.

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Paving Stone Installation Basics Paving Stones

Your Dream Patio is Seven Steps Away

Before*

After

Adding a patio to your yard is a matter of determining size and location of the patio in relation to the house. Once that is determined the project begins. The featured patio was constructed of Plaza Paver Rectangles and Squares. The Plaza Paver Rectangle was used in a soldier course pattern as a border for this project. To compliment the patio, Estate Edge and Edgestone planters were added.

Equipment List • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Gloves & Safety Glasses Wheelbarrow Lumber (2) 10’ straight 2"x4" yellow pine Sledge hammer or heavy rubber or plastic mallet Shovel & spade (2-3) 8’ lengths of 1" steel electrical conduit pipe Nylon mason’s string (2) long tape measures Broom Carpenter’s chalk line Rake Wooden or metal stakes Carpenter’s level Line level which clips to a string Pick, if ground is hard Grease pencil Aluminum edge restraint Landscape nails

Rental List (optional)

Materials List • Paver Sand: Cubic yard of very coarse paver sand for every 200 sq. ft. of project. (2) .5 cf. bags per 10 sq. ft. • Base Material: • Pedestrian Traffic: 1- 94 lb. bag portland cement for each 30 sq. ft. of project. Roto-till into existing subgrade.

• Gas-powered plate compactor • Guillotine-type stone cutter or masonry saw with diamond tip blade for more precise stone cuts. • Roto-tiller Ask your all purpose rental store for prices and availability.

• Edge Restraint: Aluminum edging with landscape nails. • Concrete Toe: 1- 94 lb. bag of portland cement for every 25 ft. of concrete toe. Add the equivalent of a 3-to-1 ratio, sand to portland.

Edge Restraint 14/5" Stone 1" Paver Sand

3'

Stake Patio Area

4' 5'

4 to 6" Crushed Stone Paver Base (Or Stabilized Soil with Portland Cement – For sandy soils only)

Paving Stone Installation Cross Section

Starting Stake

Base Stringline

DIAGRAM A

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Outer Stake


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Step 1 – Excavating For our first step, we laid out a rectangle which most closely approximates the patio’s finished shape, by placing a stake about 2 ft. past each corner. (Photo 1) To guide accurate stone laying it’s important to establish parallel sides and 90° corners. You can make an accurate 90° angle using the 34-5 triangle method. (Diagram A) A. Drive a stake at the primary starting corner and wrap a stringline right on that corner stake. B. Measure from the stake 3 ft. along a straight base stringline. Make a mark on the base stringline at the 3 ft. mark with a marking pen. C. Lay another string out in the general direction of 90° from the base stringline. Make a mark 4 ft. away from the starting corner stake. D. At your first 3 ft. mark on the base stringline, measure 5 ft. out diagonally towards your 4 ft. mark on the other stringline. When the mark on the string is exactly 5 ft. from your first mark, you have created a 90° angle from the starting corner stake. It’s time to begin excavating. (Photo 3) E. Dig out the soil to the proper depth. TIP: Use a power sod cutter for the best results. Use a shovel and pick, if necessary, to dig a “rough" depth to within an inch of the final depth. Use the string-lines (and additional

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cross lines) to determine proper excavation depth. In this case, 21/2 in. (Photo 4)

Type of Project

Excavate

Type of Paver Base

Paver Sand

Paver Thickness

Edge Restraint

Patio or Walk

21/2"

Cement Stabilize

1"

14/5"

Aluminum Edge Restraint

Cold Climate or Pool

61/2" to 81/2"

Finely Crushed Stone 4" to 6"

1"

14/5"

Concrete Toe

F. Continue your excavated area 6 in. out past your stringlines and to the depth determined (in Chart 1) below the finished patio or walkway surface. G. Roll up the sod and store it in a cold damp place to keep it moist. When the job is complete, replace the sod around the edge of the paving stones.

Step 2 – Preparing the Base As you might expect, the secret of a long lasting patio lies in a good base for the paving stones. The thickness of your base depends on the soil; low lying, wet soils need a thicker base than well drained soils. Four (4) to six (6) inches of well-compacted, finely crushed stone should be enough. However, the type of base material available varies from region to region. Local Pavestone Company retailers can recommend a suitable base and help you figure how much you’ll need. Your Pavestone Co. Retailer can also help gather and perhaps, deliver your other supplies – coarse washed Pavestone paver sand, edge restraints and paving stones. One pallet of stone weighs approximately 1.5 tons. Remember, paving stones are heavy. Home delivery should be seriously considered.

CHART 1 In some areas with sandy soils, you can use Portland Cement (1-94 lb. bag per 30 sq. ft.) called cement stabilization. Spread Portland Cement over excavated sandy soils, (Photo 5) then roto-till the Portland Cement into your existing native soils. (Photo 6) Compact it with a vibrating plate compactor as we did on our project. (Photo 7) After compacted, lightly wet the area to form a rigid base. This is called cement stabilization and is used for “foot traffic" areas only. The gas powered plate compactor, approx. $60/day rental, saves a lot of hard labor when compacting the aggregate base. Later, you’ll want to compact the surface of the patio paving stones too. You’ll find it well worth the rental fee. It’s a heavy machine that is quite easy to use, but should be used by adults only. Since your finished patio surface will conform to the base, showing any dip or rise, it’s important to assure that the base is flat and the slope is just right. Edge Restraint – If you are using aluminum or plastic edging, nail to secure your edge restraints using landscape spikes, being careful to accurately follow your stringlines. (Photo 8) If your are using a concrete toe, go ahead and screed your paver sand 5 in. beyond your finished edge and lay your paving stones. The toe will be installed near the end of the project.

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Step 3 – Screeding the Sand

Place two parallel pieces of 1 in. steel conduit pipe about 5 ft. apart onto your base. Place coarse sand between the conduit pipes. (Photo 9) Screed it bank and forth with a straight 8 ft. 2" x 4" board to make it smooth. (Photo 10) Then, carefully fill the gaps made from removing the pipes. Do not walk on the screeded paver sand. Complete 8 x 8 ft. square sections at a time, laying the paving stones before smoothing the next section *Note: When laying paving stones next to an existing concrete surface, the sand should lay about 11/2 in. below the concrete surface. Cut a 11/2 in. notch out of your board to speed up the screeding. Check your sand height by placing paving stone on it against the concrete edge. It should stand about ¼ in. above the fixed concrete edge. Compacted paving stones will drop about ¼ in. in the 1 in. foundation of coarse sand.

Step 4 – Laying Paving Stones Start in your 90° corner and work your way out in a triangular direction. (Diagram B) (Photo 11) Most projects are bordered with Holland Paver to form a clean edge and a picture frame effect. A Tumbled Plaza Paver Rectangle was used in this project. Lay each new paving stone against the previously placed stone and slide it straight down. Do not slide the paving stone across the sand, as it will disrupt your carefully screeded sand bed. Install each paving stone without leaving gaps. Nudge them tighter by tapping with a hammer handle or rubber mallet. *Note: Never stomp a paving stone into place.

DIAGRAM B Should you find the paving stones not aligning, stop and find the problem. Check the starting corner to make sure it’s exactly 90° and adjust the border stones if necessary.

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Step 5 – Cutting the Paving Stones

At the beginning and near the end of your paving project some areas may require cutting to form a particular line or edge. Draw a line on the surface of the stone with a grease pencil (crayon-like pencil). Splitting the paving stone with a guillotine cutter will work for simple cuts. But for angled cuts and better results, you’ll need to rent a wet saw with a diamond blade, (Photo 12) about $65 to $80/day rental. It’s quick and accurate. Always use protective eyewear when cutting or hammering stones.

Step 6 – Edge Restraint Aluminum or plastic edging is our recommended edge restraint. Aluminum is lightweight, flexible, easy to use, and does not warp. Use long landscape spikes to secure your

Concrete Toe

4-5 in.

DIAGRAM C edge restraint along all exposed sides. When aluminum edge restraint material is not available, you can make a concrete edge called a concrete toe. (Diagram C and Photo 13) Concrete Toe (Optional) When all paving stones are cut and laid in place, use a flat shovel and dig a trench around your finished edge. This is done by digging straight down, 2 to 4 in. below the bottom of the paving stones and out 4 – 5 inches. Dig straight down with a flat shovel, making sure not to disturb the paving stones. Next, follow the directions on a bag of Portland Cement to make a thick cement mixture. Shovel the mixture into the trench and smooth from halfway up the paving stone, in a 45° angle to the ground. Let it set.

Step 7 – Compacting Finally, set the paving stones firmly into the paver sand with the plate compactor. Like mowing the lawn, make only one pass. (Photo 14) Use a mallet and wood block to set hard to reach areas. Sweep sand into the surface NOTE: 45mm Pavers Not For Use in Vehicular Applications

cracks and vibrate them one final pass, sweeping more sand in as necessary. (Photo 15) Two passes with the plate compactor is sufficient. The paver sand, in the joints, will pack down after a few rain showers. Keep extra paver sand on hand to refill the gaps as needed. Congratulations on completing a beautiful and lasting addition to your home. Thanks you for choosing Pavestone products to enhance your home and lifestyle.


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Tumbled Paver Plaza Rec. & Sq.

Plaza Paver

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Paving Stones - Estimating Guide Paving Stones

Oxford Paver

Holland Paver

with Oxford Paver Border

Basketweave Pattern

156 Border - Soldier Course Oxford™ in 90° Herringbone Pattern Finished size approx. 10' x 10'

686 Field

112 Contrasting Holland Border 348 Holland Field Finished size approx. 10' x 10'

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq. or Tumbled Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq. Runner Bond Pattern

Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq. or Tumbled Plaza Paver Rec. & Sq. Muster "K" Pattern

266 Plaza Paver Rectangle (86 for Border, + 180 for field.) 130 Plaza Paver Square Finished size approx. 10' x 10'

266 Plaza Paver Rectangle (86 for Border, + 180 for field.) 130 Plaza Paver Square Finished size approx. 10' x 10'

Additional Materials:

Note: Not all products and colors available at all retail locations

1) 1/2 cu. yd. coarse sand or 20 - .5 cu. ft. bags of Pavestone Paver Sand 2) 3 - 96 lb. bags of Portland Cement 3) 7 pieces of aluminum or plastic edge restraint in 6' lengths

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4" W x 8" L x 2 3/8 " H

2.94" W x 5.89" L x 1.8" H

Oxford™ Paver

Holland Paver Field with Contrast Color **Holland Paver Border

5 1/2" W x 8 1/4" L x 2 3/8 " H

6" W x 12" L x 2" H

Cobble Paver

5 1/2" W x 5 1/2" L x 2 3/8 " H

Plaza Pavers Rectangle & Square with Rec. Border

10'

842 stones

**Field 348 stones **Border 112 stones

200 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 226 stones Squares 130 stones

1213 stones

**Field 526 stones **Border 136 stones

288 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 383 stones Squares 187 stones

1263 stones

**Field 548 stones **Border 142 stones

300 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 399 stones Squares 195 stones

12'

2021 stones

**Field 920 stones **Border 184 stones

480 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 639 stones Squares 312 stones

20'

3368 stones

**Field 1608 stones **Border 232 stones

800 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 1064 stones Squares 520 stones

2526 stones

**Field 1152 stones **Border 228 stones

600 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 780 stones Squares 390 stones

337 stones

**Field 60 stones **Edgers 124 stones

80 stones

Rectangle No Rec. Border 82 stones Squares 74 stones

506 stones

**Field 146 stones **Edgers 130 stones

120 stones

Rectangle No Rec. Border 111 stones Squares 100 stones

674 stones

**Field 232 stones **Border 136 stones

10 stones

Rectangle w/Rec. Border 190 stones Squares 90 stones

10'

100 sq. ft. 12' 12'

144 sq. ft. 15' 10'

150 sq. ft. 20'

240 sq. ft. 20'

400 sq. ft. 10' 10' 20' 10'

10'

300 sq. ft. 20'

2'

40 sq. ft. 20' 3'

60 sq. ft. 20' 4'

80 sq. ft.

These will be approximate sizes. Use 20 .5 cu. ft. bags of Pavestone Paver Sand for every 100 sq. ft. Aluminum or plastic edge restraints in 6ft. lengths can be used for each project. **When using same color for whole project add both quantities for total stones.

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Paving Stone Project Sample Worksheet Paving Stones

A.

Find Total Square Footage

20'

1. Make a drawing of your project, accurate to 1 inch. 2. Choose your stone shape and color. 3. Find the total square footage of your project using steps B, C & D below.

B1.

200

sq. ft.

10'

When Using Holland Paver Border, Determine Border Sq. Ft. of Project

20'

The Border: (a border made of Holland Paver is recommended for added strength and beauty.) To determine linear feet, measure the perimeter.

60

linear ft. x .67 = (times)

(equals)

40

sq. ft.

Example: Holland Paver “Soldier" Border and Holland Paver “Basketweave" Field

10'

(Holland Paver or Tumbled Holland Paver)

B2.

When Using Plaza Paver Rectangle Border, Determine Border Sq. Ft. of Project The Border: (a border made of Plaza Rectangle Paver is recommended for Plaza projects to add strength and beauty.) To determine linear feet, measure the perimeter.

60

linear ft. x .73 = (times)

(equals)

44

sq. ft.

20'

Example: Plaza Paver Rectangle "Soldier" Border, Plaza Paver Rectangle and Square Field

10'

(Plaza Paver Rec. or Tumbled Plaza Paver applications)

C.

Formula to Determine Field Sq. Ft. Total Sq. Ft.

200

OR

(minus)

Total Sq. Ft.

200 D.

Border (Holland Paver)

Stones to Buy for Sample 200 Sq. Ft. Project:

40

Sq. Ft. Field

=

(equals)

Border (Plaza Rec.)

(minus)

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The Holland Paver border can be a different color from the field Holland Paver. This will picture frame your project and add beauty.

160

*Sq. Ft. Field Rec. & Sq. Ratio

Sq. Ft. Field

=

(equals)

Holland Paver (border) Holland Paver (field)

156

x *67.5% REC. = x *32.5% SQ. = (times)

4.6 x 4.6 x

Total Border & Field *Plaza Paver & Tumbled Plaza Paver – Rectangle *Plaza Paver & Tumbled Plaza Paver – Square

* Runner Bond & Muster “K" Pattern Ratios

3.2 x 4.7 x (times)

40 160 200

149 51

(equals)

sq. ft. = sq. ft. =

sq. ft. = sq. ft. = (equals)

105 (field) 51 (field)

184 736 930

477

240

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stones stones

stones stones

+ 44 (border)

As Shown in Example B1 & C Above of a 200 sq. ft. Patio

As Shown in Example B2 & C Above of a 200 sq. ft. Patio


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A.

Length

Find Total Square Footage

1. Make a drawing of your project, accurate to 1 inch. 2. Choose your stone shape and color. 3. Find the total square footage of your project using steps B, C & D below.

B1.

Width

sq. ft.

When Using Holland Paver Border, Determine Border Sq. Ft. of Project

Length

The Border: (a border made of Holland Paver is recommended for added strength and beauty.) To determine linear feet, measure the perimeter.

linear ft. x .67 = (times)

Width

sq. ft.

(equals)

(Holland Paver or Tumbled Holland Paver)

B2.

When Using Plaza Paver Rectangle Border, Determine Border Sq. Ft. of Project

Length

The Border: (a border made of Plaza Rectangle Paver is recommended for Plaza projects to add strength and beauty.) To determine linear feet, measure the perimeter.

sq. ft.

linear ft. x .73 = (times)

Width

(equals)

(Plaza Paver Rec. or Tumbled Plaza Paver applications)

C.

Formula to Determine Field Sq. Ft. Total Sq. Ft.

Border (Holland Paver)

OR

Border (Plaza Rec.)

Sq. Ft. Field

=

(minus)

Stones to Buy for Sample 200 Sq. Ft. Project:

*Sq. Ft. Field Rec. & Sq. Ratio

(equals)

D.

Sq. Ft. Field

=

(minus)

Total Sq. Ft.

The Holland Paver border can be a different color from the field Holland Paver. This will picture frame your project and add beauty.

(field) +

x *32.5% SQ. =

(field)

(times)

(equals)

Holland Paver (border) Holland Paver (field)

x *67.5% REC. = (equals)

4.6 x 4.6 x

sq. ft. = sq. ft. =

stones stones

3.2 x

sq. ft. =

stones

4.7 x

sq. ft. =

stones

Total Border & Field *Plaza Paver & Tumbled Plaza Paver – Rectangle *Plaza Paver & Tumbled Plaza Paver – Square

* Runner Bond & Muster “K" Pattern Ratios

(times)

(border)

As Shown in Example B1 & C Above of a 200 sq. ft. Patio

As Shown in Example B2 & C Above of a 200 sq. ft. Patio

(equals)

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Paving Stone Project Sample Worksheet Paving Stones

A.

20'

Find Total Square Footage

1. Make a drawing of your project accurate to 1 inch.

200

2. Choose your stone shape and color. 3. Find the total square footage of your project using the step B below.

B.

sq. ft.

E L P M A S

Formula to Determine Stones for Project Oxford™ Paver

20'

The Border: (A border made of Oxford™ Paver is recommended for added strength and beauty.) To determine linear feet, measure the perimeter.

Multiply length x width to get total sq. ft. of project:

200 Total sq. ft. x 8.42 = 1684 Total Oxford™ Paver (times) (equals) (Oxford™ Paver Stone “Soldier" Border)

Stones

Example: Oxford™ Paver “Soldier" Border and Oxford™ Paver “Basketweave" Field Border - Soldier

Total sq. ft. x 2 =

20'

400

Total Cobble Paver (times) (equals) Stones Cut half pieces to complete “Herringbone" Pattern

A.

10'

Field

Cobble Paver Multiply length x width to get total sq. ft. of project:

200

10'

Example: Cobble Paver in “Herringbone" Pattern

10'

Paving Stone Project Worksheet Cobble Paver Cut Pieces

Field

Length

Find Total Square Footage

1. Make a drawing of your project accurate to 1 inch. 2. Choose your stone shape and color.

Width

3. Find the total square footage of your project using the step B below.

B1.

Formula to Determine Stones for Project Oxford™ Paver

Length

The Border: (A border made of Oxford™ Paver is recommended for added strength and beauty.) To determine linear feet, measure the perimeter.

Width

Multiply length x width to get total sq. ft. of project: Total sq. ft. x 8.42 =

Oxford™ Paver (times) (equals) (Oxford™ Paver Stone “Soldier" Border)

Total Stones

Length

Cobble Paver Multiply length x width to get total sq. ft. of project: Total sq. ft. x 2 =

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Width


Edgers

End-to-End Edger Installation

E dger Installation Basics

End-to-End Edger Installation

Step 1 – Site Preparation and Excavation Use water hose or stringline to determine placement of edgers. Mark installation area with spray paint; remove enough sod to bury the bottom of your edger stone 2 - 3 in.

Step 2 – Base Preparation

Once shallow trench is dug, lay in 1" paver sand and level.

Equipment List

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Gloves & Safety Glasses Chisel & Small Sledge Spray Paint Shovel & Spade Nylon Mason’s String Hand Tamp Tape Measure Wooden or Metal Stakes Pick (if ground is hard) Paver Sand String Level Torpedo Level

Step 3 – Placement of Edgers

Place edgers end-to-end into trench and compact soil around stones for stabilization.

Note: Make sure each stone meets next stone at the set back. Stack stones directly over joints in previous row. Cut stone by using chisel and small sledge. Optional: use landscape fabric along back of stones to reduce seepage of fine soil particles. Fold under top row of stones.

Attention: The installation instructions shown are not comprehensive. Please consult your retailer for complete excavating, base preparation, and installation directions to meet your specific requirements. Be sure to use all safety equipment required.

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Retaining Walls

1

Retaining Wall Installation Basics 2

3

4

5

6

Step 1 – Site Preparation Stake out the project with tall stakes. Place an accurate, level stringline at the estimated final wall height and mark the stake with a pencil. Measure down in 4 in. wall increments to determine placement of the first course. Tall walls require the first course to be BURIED. Small walls, three courses or less, require the first course to be partially buried (approx. 3 in.).

Typical Cross Section (Non-Reinforced Walls)

Step 2 – Excavation The thickness of your “base material" is dependent on whether your wall is defined as a tall wall (4 to 7 courses), or a short wall (3 courses or less). Consequently, your depth of excavation will vary for the two different projects. All walls require a 12 in. wide trench. For small walls, dig this trench 3 in. deep. Dig your trench to a 7 in. depth if your wall is a tall wall. Firmly pack the floor of this trench with a compactor or hand tamp.

Step 3 – Base Preparation For your small wall, simply add 1 in. of coarse sand to the bottom of the trench for leveling. For your tall wall, you’ll need a rigid base. Pack in 4 in. of a DRY sand and portland cement mixture (one shovel of Portland to six shovels of sand, well blended). This will “set up" if it gets wet. Local granular road base is fine if it is available.

Step 4 – Leveling Level the surface in both directions with a carpenter’s level. Replace a level stringline where the top of your first course will be.

Step 5 – Laying Stones

Bury first course

Pavestone manufactures retaining wall products with “no slump" concrete mix. Made under extreme pressure and high frequency vibrations, Pavestone wall products have a compressive strength equal to or greater than an average 3,500 psi and an average water absorption maximum of 7%.

Always begin at the lowest point of the wall. Position the wall stones side-by-side, lip down on the prepared base. Level each stone in both directions with a torpedo level. Verify each placement with your stringline. Once the base course is complete, continue assembling additional courses by positioning the stones in a staggered pattern to the course beneath. Pull each forward to secure. For small walls, backfill in 4 in. layers with your native or bedding soil. For tall walls, use a clean granular backfill like fine gravel or pea gravel at a 6 in. thickness behind the wall. Some of these walls may require a French drain behind the second course of wall stones. TIP: A landscape fabric placed directly behind the wall will prevent fine soil particles from washing through to the front of the stones.

Step 6 – Cutting Stones When building your wall, you may need partial stones. To split a stone, use a hammer and a chisel to score the unit on ALL sides. (Several stones on a pallet have a groove down the center of the back of the stone to make splitting into halves easier). Pound the chisel on the score line until it breaks. This function is best performed on a hard surface such as a sidewalk. Always use protective eyewear when splitting stones. Attention: You should first consult with a Civil Engineer if your project involves using wall stones in water.

Equipment List • Gloves & Safety Glasses • Shovel • Tape measure • Mini Sledge • Mallet • Chisel • Carpenter’s level • Nylon mason’s string • Pencil • Hand Tamp • Paver Sand • Backfill: Gravel (3/4" free draining aggregate without fines) • Portland Cement • String Level • Stakes • Torpedo Level

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Optional • Wheelbarrow • Circular cut-off saw with masonry blade • Plate Compactor

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SAMPLE

Show’s first course buried (Net wall height = 1 ft. 8 in.)

*2 ft. 20 ft. A.

B.

Determine Total Square Footage of Wall Face Determine the total length of the wall in feet.

(L)

Determine the total height* of the wall in feet. *(bottom of the first course to top of the final course)

(H) =

20 __________ ft.

=

__________ ft. 2

Calculate Total Square Footage of the Wall Face Total square footage of wall (L x H = TSF) ________ 20 ft. (L )

x

_________ 40 total sq. ft. (TSF)

______ 2 ft. (H) =

C.

Choose Your Stone Shape and Color

D.

Determine Total Wall Stones Needed (We’re Using 12" Retaining Wall Anchor WindsorStone® for Example)

40 _________ sq.ft. x

Max. Ht. 3 ft.

Max. Ht. 2 ft.

Choose Your Stone

3.1 _________stones/psf

(12" Retaining Wall)

=

__________ 124 total stones needed

Additional Stone Choices (Wall Type) Anchor Windsor Stone®

(stones/psf)

(TSF)

(Total Stones Needed)

40

124

12 “ Retaining Wall

3.1 stones/psf x _________sq.ft. = _________stones

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60 40 1.5 stones/psf x _________sq.ft. = _________stones

Note: stones/psf is the number of stones needed to equal a square foot. Attention: You should first consult with a Civil Engineer if your project involves using wall products in water. *Includes buried courses where applicable.

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Remember to bury or partially bury first course

*Height Length A.

B.

Determine Total Square Footage of Wall Face Determine the total length of the wall in feet.

(L)

=

__________ ft.

Determine the total height* of the wall in feet. *(bottom of the first course to top of the final course)

(H) =

__________ ft.

Calculate Total Square Footage of the Wall Face Total square footage of wall (L x H = TSF) ________ ft. (L )

x

______ ft. (H) =

_________ total sq. ft. (TSF)

C.

Choose Your Stone Shape and Color

D.

Determine Total Wall Stones Needed (We’re Using 12" Retaining Wall Anchor WindsorStone® for Example) _________ sq.ft. x

Max. Ht. 3 ft.

Max. Ht. 2 ft.

Choose Your Stone

_________stones/psf

=

__________ total stones needed

Additional Stone Choices (Wall Type) Anchor Windsor Stone®

(stones/psf)

(TSF)

(Total Stones Needed)

40

124

12 “ Retaining Wall

3.1 stones/psf x _________sq.ft. = _________stones

16" Anchor Brighton Stone® Wall

60 40 1.5 stones/psf x _________sq.ft. = _________stones

Note: stones/psf is the number of stones needed to equal a square foot. Attention: You should first consult with a Civil Engineer if your project involves using wall products in water. *Includes buried courses where applicable.

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Q uick Look Project Chart - Using Patio Stones Patio Stones

Stone Project Size 10' 10'

100 sq. ft.

12"x12" Various

16"x16" Various

2"x8"x16" Brickface

100 stones

64 stones 10'8" x 10'8"

112 stones 10' x 10'

144 stones

81 stones

162 stones

150 stones

96 stones 10'8" x 16

173 stones 10 x 15'4"

240 stones

135 stones

270 stones

400 stones

225 stones

450 stones

300 stones

184 stones 20' x 20' x 10'8"

338 stones

40 stones

30 stones

45 stones

60 stones

30 stones 2'8" x 20'

75 stones 3'4" x 20'

80 stones

45 stones

90 stones

16" Sq. Stratford

12' 12'

144 sq. ft. 15' 10'

150 sq. ft. 20' 12'

240 sq. ft. 20' 20'

16“ Sq. BellaCobble™

400 sq. ft. 10' 10' 20' 10' 10'

300 sq. ft. 20'

2'

40 sq. ft. 20' 3'

60 sq. ft. 20' 4'

80 sq. ft.

* These will be approximate sizes. Use 20 .5 cu. ft. bags of Pavestone Paver Sand for every 100 sq. ft. Aluminum or plastic edge restraints in 6ft. lengths can be used for each project.

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Patio Stone Installation Basics

Step 1 – Remove Grass

Remove grass from area to be laid with Pavestone Company patio product. Build a frame for your patio or walk with aluminum or plastic edging (redwood or treated lumber can also be used). Patio should slightly fall away from home.

Step 2 – Sand Place roughly 1 in. of paver sand over area. (A 2"x4" notched board approx. 1.5 in. from each end can be used to screed or level paver sand). Pack with hand tamp or gently spray water hose skyward over project.

Step 3 – Placing Stones Start in corner and place stones over entire area. Slide stone straight down; do not slide across paver sand as this will disrupt the base.

Step 4 – Side View After laying stones, sweep paver sand across stones, filling joints with sand. (Do not use any kind of Portland Cement or mortar mixture). Attention: The installation instructions shown are not comprehensive. Please consult your retailer for complete excavating, base preparation, and installation directions to meet your specific requirements. Be sure to use all safety equipment required.

16“ Sq. BellaCobble™

Equipment List

• Gloves & Safety Glasses • Carpenter's Level • Aluminum or Plastic Edge Restraint or 4 pieces of Redwood or treated lumber • Shovel & Spade • 2" x 4" Board (Cut 3" wider than projected patio) • Pick (if ground is hard) • Paver Sand for joints and bed • Mason Tool (optional)

How Many Stones Do I Need? Area of Patio or Walk (Sq. Ft.) 10 25 75 100 150 200

12" Stones

2" x 8" x 16" Stones

16" Stones

10 25 75 100 150 200

12 28 84 112 168 224

6 14 42 56 84 112

1" Paver Sand Bed & Sand for Joints (.5 cf. bags) 2 – Bags 4 – Bags 12.5 – Bags 20 – Bags 25 – Bags 33 – Bags

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• New Orleans, LA:

(985) 882-9111

• Colorado Springs, CO:

(719) 322-0101

• Phoenix, AZ:

(602) 257-4588

• Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX:

(817) 481-5802

• Denver, CO:

(303) 287-3700

• Hagerstown, MD:

(240) 420-3780

• St. Louis/

• Sacramento/Winters, CA:

(573) 332-8312 (530) 795-4400

RM 826v5 11/08

Cape Girardeau, MO:


http://www.pavestone.com/pdf/rm826v5a_generic