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I'm lying concrete pavers. What kind of material do I use to secure the bricks?

I'm laying concrete pavers in dirt. What kind of materials do I use to secure the bricks?  

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Posted 2014-02-05T23:57:36+0000  by mcmcmc mcmcmc
 

Hey mcmcmc.

 

I would certainly recommend using this paver edging.

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ProFlex Paver Edging is a durable professional hardscape edging product made from construction grade materials. It is used to secure concrete or brick pavers in patio, walkway, or driveway applications. ProFlex Paver Edging is ready to use for straight sections. For curves simply cut spines where needed and the piece becomes flexible.

 

  • Click here for more information on ProFlex Paver Edging
  • Recommend(4) ProFlex anchoring spikes per each 6 ft. piece
  • Anchor spikes at each end of the edging piece and every 18 in. on a slight angle
  • Additonal ProFlex anchoring spikes sold separately on Home Depot.com #1988HD-2
  • Made in the U.S. (Marietta, Ohio) from construction grade recycled vinyl
  • Made exclusively for The Home Depot
  • ProFlex 6 ft. pieces may be purchased in most Home Depot Store locations
  • ProFlex 24 ft. and 48 ft. project kits are available on Home Depot.com

Don't forget to get some anchor spikes to complete this project.

Posted 2014-02-06T16:52:14+0000  by Ingar_HD_ATL
 
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