Pave the way for

Southern Real Estate Guide - - SOUTHERN HOMES -

With the out­door en­ter­tain­ing sea­son fast ap­proach­ing you can im­press your guests and add value to your home with a sim­ple face-lift of your liv­ing space.

Lay­ing down pavers for a path, en­ter­tain­ment area, or drive­way can trans­form your home from dull to beau­ti­ful, and is eas­ier than you think with help from the team at Ken­nards Hire.

Here are 10 steps to help you cre­ate your paved sanc­tu­ary, path­way or drive­way.

Be­fore you be­gin, make sure you have all the right ma­te­ri­als and enough pavers to com­pen­sate for cut­ting around edges and ob­sta­cles. As well as the pavers, you will need road base, bed­ding sand, and joint­ing sand.

1. Proper tool se­lec­tion can make all the dif­fer­ence on your DIY paving job, with the right tools mak­ing for a more ef­fi­cient and stress-free work­site.

Ken­nards Hire can pro­vide you with ev­ery­thing you need to get the job done with tools from shov­els, lev­els, and string line, through to plate com­pactors, brick saws, and block split­ters.

2. When prep­ping the area to be paved, mark it out with pegs and string­line, mak­ing sure it is level and free of veg­e­ta­tion. Re­mem­ber to ac­com­mo­date for the road

Paved path: Paving stones are a man­age­able DIY job and can trans­form your out­door ar­eas from dull to de­sir­able.

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