We recently completed a beautiful backyard paver patio at a customer’s house. These clients unfortunately hired a bad contractor this spring and ended up with a misshapen and awkward concrete patio. Not only that, but the concrete was poured at different times, resulting in an uneven and discolored appearance.
The customers hired us to fix the problem. Rather than jackhammering the entire patio and redoing it, we decided to lay patio pavers on top. This solution was cheaper than starting from scratch, and it was an upgrade to the actual patio. To start, we needed to jackhammer out a section and install another in order to round out the corners.
Once the concrete was ready, we glued the edge pavers, laid the rest on a bed of sand to even out the base and swept in the polymeric sand. The clients chose a gray patio paver and used marble stones around the edges. The result was beautiful and the clients have been enjoying their backyard ever since!