StoneWays Process & Materials

Here's how we do it...

Excavate down between 10" - 14" depending on the type of project
Install 6" - 10" of processed gravel as our sub-grade
Screed 1" of washed concrete sand
Hand lay each paver to the desired pattern chosen
Cut the edge stones into place with a concrete saw
Cement our border/frame to lock in the entire project
Sweep a polymeric sand betwen the joints which completes the interlocking process




Interlocking concrete pavers are the wisest investment you can make.
Here's why...
  • Lifetime guarantee against cracking and breaking
  • Pavers have beveled edges that prevent chipping and scratching of the surface
  • Variety of styles and colors to match any home
  • Increases the value of your home and the curb appeal cannot be beat
  • Strongest material you can install (tested at 10,000 PSI)
  • The pavers last forever and will not break down over the harsh New England weather that we go through, as so many other materials (concrete and asphalt) do