The pinch-hitting would have been much more useful if I'd been correct.
The pictures obviously show modular brick, but my brain took a
Let us know when you're done with the patio and what time we should be
over for the barbecue. ;)
The bricks are in fact placed against each other. There is a ridge on
the edges of the brick that makes the space about 1/8" between them
when they are butted up against each other as mine are. The brick I am
using is Pavestone brand and the model is the "Claylook Thin". They are
not shown on their website (http://www.pavestone.com ) but Home Depot
carries them. They are the same size (width and length) as the Holland
Stone they carry, only thinner.
Walter R. wrote:
Thanks, Mike, for all your generous help. Now, all I have to do is build the
darned patio. Reminds me of Legoland! LOL (Right in our backyard here in San
Your patio looks terrific. You did a precision job. Especially with the
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