Rubber patio pavers blocks are easy to install and less expensive than concrete pavers. Although rubber pavers are made to look like concrete pavers, which are easier to work with because you can cut with a knife instead of a hammer and chisel. Because rubber pavers can be recycled, such as old rubber tires, which are a product green products. Measure the dimensions of your future patio for rubber patio pavers. Stretch string between the stakes to mark the boundaries of the yard.
Remove grass from the top layer of the yard with a lawn mower. Dig the yard at a depth of 6 inches. Make sure the soil at the base of the patio is level using a piece of plywood and a spirit level. Place a 2-inch layer of crushed gravel at the base of the patio.
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Place a 2-inch layer of damp sand manufacturer in the gravel. Make sure the sand is level using spirit level and scrap plywood. Place the pavers directly on the sand. For best results, start in the middle of the courtyard and work your way outwards. Upon reaching the edges of the rubber patio pavers cut flush with the sides of the excavated earth and fall into place.