nosing tile over gravel

you can lay porcelain outdoor pavers directly over sand, gravel or even grass, just like concrete paving slabs – without any adhesives, grout or specialized labor required. you just place the paving slabs over your compacted sand or gravel base with tile spacers between the garden pavers to keep them correctly spaced, Free Sample

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we would like to put travertine over this and bull nosing around the pool. we have four small , gravel would work, but i am sure you don't want that. so you'll have to , the concrete is ok). if you want to use travertine tiles, i would lay them in concrete, either on your existing concrete (if it's stable) or starting from scratch. Free Sample

trying to add a temporary 15x15 ft extension to an existing patio.* simplest option would be to pour a concrete pad, but ho is planning a major reno in a couple of years and doesn't want anything difficult to remove or too expensive.* suggested laying out the area with pea gravel, but ho is concerned about, Free Sample

feb 3, 2012 , sometimes you are told by a friend who had a drain tile system installed in their home. maybe you heard your handyman mention drain tile being a common solution to basement seepage problems. it could have been that guy on your block who seems to have his nose in everyone else's business. Free Sample

porcelain pavers offer the installation flexibility to install over sand, grass, gravel, concrete, or raised pedestals, depending upon application. although considered pavers, porcelain pavers install more like tile because there is no interlock, and only the base can be compacted, not the installed product. handling: proper, Free Sample