To lay crazy paving, remove the topsoil, add hardcore fill and sand, flatten the ground, mortar and lay the paving stones, and mortar the joints. To undertake this project, you need a shovel, hardcore fill, sand, water, a mallet, a lawn roller, mortar, a trowel, a level and paving stones.Know More
Dig up the vegetation, grass and topsoil. Compact the underlying soil with a lawn roller, and cover it with a thin layer of hardcore fill. Pour a thin layer of sand over the hardcore, and compact it with the roller.
Arrange the paving stones in the work area, with no more than 1 inch of space between adjacent stones. Open the tub of mortar, and prepare it according to the manufacturer's instructions. Put mortar on the underside of each paving stone, and press it down into the sand. After you lay several stones, tamp them down with a mallet and check the surface with a carpenter's level. The walkway should have a slight incline on one side, as this encourages proper water drainage.
Use the tip of the trowel to pack mortar into the spaces between the stones. Do not walk on the crazy paving until the mortar cures.
To finish dry wall, cover the joints and screw heads with mud, tape the joints, sand once dried, and apply a second and third layer of mud. Before applying the tape and mud, make sure all the screws are recessed, and remove any bits of loose or torn paper.Full Answer >
To remove latex caulk, first soften it using latex caulk remover, heat it up using a hair dryer or a heat gun, then scrape it away using a knife once it gets soft. Applying the caulk remover is simple; simply squeeze the remover onto the caulk, ensuring that all edges get covered. Then let it sit for a few hours before scraping the old caulk off.Full Answer >
To lay asphalt shingles, install a drip edge, and tack down two layers of tar paper. Nail down a row of starter shingles all along the edge of the roof. Lay the rest of the shingles one vertical strip at a time, working from a starter shingle to the ridge.Full Answer >
Begin SIPs roof panel installation by assembling the panels on the ground. Hoist the panels, and seal properly to prevent air leaks. Keep the panels dry when stored on-site.Full Answer >