First, find out how big you want your patio to be and what shape you want. Flagstone can be square, rectangular or curved, depending on the form of flagstone you choose. However, keep in mind that does not install your own porch on all the important power lines or cables. You should also make sure not to run more property to your neighbor's balcony. Finally, remember that the larger the yard, the more will be spent on materials; and budget accordingly. If your patio is near your home, you will have to make sure that the water is able to drain away from your building.
To set up the foundation, you need to dig down about four inches under the land where you will put the flagstone. Then, put down your sand. The deep your foundation depend on how thick your flagstone. You can do some test to see it looks and make adjustments.
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