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Create a beautiful patio overlay using elegant cobble patio stones, and save money by completing this project yourself.
Use this checklist when you go to the store and purchase your items.
Inspect the slab for cracks and high or low spots. Fill and level cracks or low spots with a compatible concrete filler product. Knock down high spots with a hammer and masonry chisel.
Sweep off all loose dirt and debris.
Lay out the patio stones around the perimeter, making any necessary cuts or adjustments.
Adhere patio stones to the existing slab with a high-quality polyurethane construction adhesive. Make sure patio stones are level with one another and that there aren't trip points or stones that rock. Adjust and shim as required.
Lay the infield by butting the patio stones up to one another, ensuring they're level to one another. Make any necessary cuts.
Once all of the patio stones are installed, finish the joints with polymeric sand following the manufacture’s instructions.
*Time and Cost are estimated.