Diamond Pavers

Paver Specifications

Paver Specifications

To make sure that we provide the best warranty for every job done right. Lifetime Warranty won't be enough if there is no right preparation. Therefore, these 7 steps are to be followed.

Paver Specifications

Step 1. Excavate to achieve a final depth of 0-10" to 0-12" for driveways and 0-07" to 0-09" for patios and walkways. Followed by a subsoil compaction with a mechanical plate compactor to eliminate soft soil areas that could cause unevenness, sinking and settling in the future.

Paver Specifications

Step 2. Excavate to achieve a final depth of 10 to 12 inches for driveways and 7 to 9 for patios and walkways. Followed by a subsoil compaction with a mechanical plate compactor to eliminate soft soil areas that could cause unevenness, sinking and setting in the future.

Paver Specifications

Step 3. A perfect paver project is the one where a geo-textile (Mirafy 500x) is set on the sub soil and just below the aggregate base foundation. This is to provide flexibility on paver project as well as to prevent roots growing from the ground up.

Paver Specifications

Step 4. Install class 2 aggregate base rock. Followed by a preparation of the base surface to bring it to the evenness required so that the base rock is even before the bedding sand is spread throughout the new paved area. Your beautiful pavers are then installed one by one.

Paver Specifications

Step 5. When we finally achieve the required compaction spec (95%), the area is ready for the bedding sand, where your new pavers are installed one by one and by hand following a pre-selected pattern.

Step 6. Hand saw cut the edges using a skill saw and install the soldier edging on wet concrete with a steel rebar to give extra strength and to keep the entire are from shifting/moving and to give it a unique, finish and attractive look when is done.

Paver Specifications

Step 7. We assure that the smallest detail is taken care of, making sure that all pavers installed have received close attention and then apply the finishing sand evenly to fill in the paver joints with an over-the-sand compaction to not force, but to evenly and smoothly push the sand into the paver's joints, thus finalizing the interlocking paving stones project.

Finally, we clean up the work site to leave your outdoor project, inviting, perfect and ready to enjoy!