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dockpepper

09:11AM | 05/25/05
Member Since: 05/24/05
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I just watched a video about cobble stone pavers that are similar to laying tile. Have any of you seen, used or installed this product yet.

PaverPro

05:52PM | 05/27/05
Member Since: 03/09/04
32 lifetime posts
Hello dockpepper,

You may be refering to Cobblesystems. I have seen this product in a number of places but never in person. At first glance, I like it. The individual stones are connected by (?)nylon grid, and can be laid in sections. Then you use a grout mixture to joint with. Thats the part that concerns me a little. The pavers are laid over a flexible base, yet jointed with grout. The joints are too big in my opinion, and will be proned to cracking and falling apart, at least in a northern Michigan climate. The patterns are limited as well as the color blending. But I think in the right climate conditions this stuff could prove usefull. As far as a DIY project, no way. The laying of the pavers is not the part that counts, it's the building of the base.

George Nicula

Brickways, LLC

www.brickways.com
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