Pavers and building and construction professionals typically utilize bricks that interlock for paving and when building maintaining walls. Utilizing this kind of brick saves time and produces strong paving and keeping wall construction, where the interlocking blocks use each other to remain in place and hold up against the different loads more effectively than regular blocks would.
Need to you be in the paving service, Pro Brick and Block can provide you an excellent choice of bricks that interlock (SEE: Interlocking Paving), and these bricks are offered in different sizes and colours, to offer a thorough choice for our customers. Whether you want a plain and simple interlock brick in a routine clay colour, or rather select to opt for two colours and interlock them to accomplish a particular contrasting pattern for your paved surface when completed, we have what you require. Today, we will concentrate on how interlocking bricks can make a paver’s life much easier with the vast array of choices we provide our consumers.
Pro Brick and Block’s Selection of Interlock Bricks
An alternative that has actually proven to be preferred, our Interlock paver design uses a brick that features an interlocking design on every side, with a bevelled top to guarantee a smooth top surface once the paving is total. These bricks are readily available in 50-, 60-, and 80-mm choices, with the 50- and 60-mm versions weighing 2,3 kg per block and shipping at 10,4 m ² per pack. The 80-mm variation weighs 3,26 kg per block and ships at 7,4 m ² per pack. All these Interlock designs will lay at 48 bricks per square metre and they are available in Grey, Plum, Black, Clay, and Multi to ensure that we provide a wide choice for our clients.
We likewise use a selection of interlocking concrete maintaining wall blocks for sale which, when following the appropriate building and construction approaches, fundamental preventative measures, and finest practices, will make it easy for the building and construction professional to securely and successfully maintain natural slopes and prevent them from sliding down onto roadways or structures.
Pro Brick and Block provides a detailed selection of items for the paver and building contractor, and this also includes kerbs, interlocking bricks, and retaining wall blocks to pick from. For additional information, please peruse our site for images and more details on any of our products or call us directly with any queries. Choose Pro Brick and Block today and have the freedom of choice for your next project.
Installing interlocking pavers over an existing tough surface (such as concrete or asphalt) requires a rather different technique than installing them on a softer surface area (such as dirt or gravel).
You’ll require a straight edge to line up your very first row of pavers. If your subsurface is concrete, you can utilize the edge of the concrete as your straight edge. If your subsurface is soil or some other soft surface that has no definable edge, you can create an edge line by using string and wood stakes.
If you are preparing to lay your pavers on soil, bear in mind that over time this surface area is likely to alter. Wetness or other natural aspects will typically raise or decrease the ground surface below your pavers.
If you desire this surface to remain more stable, you can create a more steady surface by very first putting a cement layer. You will place your interlocking pavers on top of the cement layer.
Or you can utilize sand or lime for this underlay. If you use a less stable product, such as lime or sand, you should utilize a tamper to create a more sound surface. Utilizing a business tamper or a heavy, flat item such as a cinder block.