Flagstone patio accession is a complicated process and you’ll find yourself confuse like assembling a puzzle. It's up to you to create images or choose particular pieces. Flagstone is not only good to look at, but also it is durable and only requires little maintenance. Flagstone comes in a variety of natural shades. It is available in red or blue, and can be a dark brown or light tan. You can choose from a variety of textures and color combinations as well. In this article, we provide some tips to before starting your flagstone patio project.
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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