Improve the look of your property
and increase the value of your home
by having interlock installed.
Interlock can be used as a very clean and polished way of enhancing your yard.
You use interlock for many applications, including:
– Patios;
– Walkways;
– Driveways;
– Walls;
– Flower Bed Edging;
– and Raised Flower Beds

We have access to all product lines in order to ensure that you get exactly what you are looking for. Some of our primary suppliers include Unilock, Oakes, Bestway, and Permacon.

Additional Info

Interlock stone offers practicality as well as beauty. It has a wide variety of applications: walkways, driveways, patios pool decks, shed bases and hot tub bases.

Pavers come in numerous sizes, thicknesses, shapes and colors. no matter what your taste we can provide you with endless choices. We have access to suppliers such as Bestway, Unilock, Permacon and Oakes, all leading suppliers of quality paving stones!

The key to interlock installation is the preparation of the base. It is critical to have a solid base. The base should be 8-12” in depth depending on the application (more weight, more base).

The base can consist of a granular base with the top portion of the base being limestone screenings for leveling.

Compaction of the base is critical. Every few inches should be compacted with a plate tamper. In areas that are too tight a hand held tamper should be used.

When installing the stone ensure that the area is level. A combination of laser and level can make final grading extremely accurate.

In areas where the stones are adjacent to the house, the stones should be sloping gently away from the house.

Plastic edging should be installed once the pattern has been established. This helps ensure that all stones are held securely in place.

In most cases the stones have to be cut in some areas. The use of a concrete saw, either handheld or table, make this an efficient process and adds to the beauty and flexibility that interlock offers.

Once all stones have been laid, cut and edging installed then the stones should be tempered with a plate tamper.

The final step is to sweep polymeric sand over the entire patio. This is extremely fine sand that drops in between the cracks. Once the sand is in the cracks and is wet, it will dry like concrete and solidify the entire area.