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Re-set broken limestone pavers paving landscaper

Posted by Raffe M.

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Seaforth NSW, Australia

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Saturday, 15th Oct 2016
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I have limestone pavers which need to be reset. One area is cracked and needs to be replaced or glued. The second area the pavers were removed when the hot water system was fixed. They need to be reset and grouted with similar colour grout to the rest. I have spare pavers if required. For someone who knows what they are doing this should not take very long. You need your own tools which may require some minor cutting for right fit.
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Samuel B.
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Happy to do that for you. I have the tools and material needed
2 years ago
Connor M.
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Hi Danny, I live local so able to do evenings or weekend, My quote is to supply grout, glue and complete the repair. I have tile cutters if new tile needs fitting. Regards Connor
2 years ago
Oooooo R.
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Hi Danny very happy to do this task its eady and forward job
Needs to cut And slugged or superflx glued
Pluss airtask fees please
2 years ago
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Raffe M.poster
As in the pictures 1.5 tiles
How many in total need fixing/replacing/ grouting?
Raffe M.poster
Hi Buck the smaller cracked one you see is on a solid concrete base while the ones near the water heater are on a different base not (can't remember what it's called. It's a blue colour, small gravel with solid rock underneath) Regarding grout I wouldn't worry too much. It's a white beige colour and I have grout paint anyway to colour. If close to white colour you will be fine. I might even have some lying around for the few bricks I fixed up on the house and had to grout myself.
Sorry meant to say I try avoid buying the grout
Thanks for the speedy response Danny, are the pavers set on a concrete base? If so I am keen on doing, the only issue is grout, I try to avoid so there is no arguments about colour selection. I can do for you.
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