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Adding Personal Touch to Concrete Pavers
Lauren Heartsill Dowdle | June 25, 2014

Paver Designs TLCThis Nebraska father-son team created a one-of-a-kind living space using pops of color and intricate designs.

Paver Designs CloseupJim and Justin Hampton, of , designed and installed this two-level, 2,200-square-foot project in Council Bluffs, Iowa, using mainly products.

They placed pavers over 1 inch of bedding sand and 9 inches of a crushed, recycled concrete base.

Then, they used Belgard Dublin Cobble and Mega Arbel pavers to fill the primary field. 

Jim and Justin laid the design on the pavers and cut them individually. Once that was complete, they filled the area in with Belgard red and gold Holland Stone pavers.

Paver Designs HNATo enrich the colors, they used . Techniseals HG Plus polymeric joint stabilizer was used during the final compaction. 

In the lower patio area, they installed a Harmony fireplace, wood boxes and grill island.  The two-level backyard patio is connected by sidewalks to a nearly duplicated front courtyard.

Paver Designs won “Concrete Paver, Residential, Less Than 3,000 Square Feet” award for this project.

See more patio projects in the July issue of TLC.

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