Cobbles Setts, Edging

Cobbles Setts, Edging

Cobblestone pavers used to be stones found in streams. They weren't shaped like the ones we see today. Now, cobblestone usually means paving stones made from natural stone, especially the shaped ones like Belgian blocks. These are more common and easier to work with than the round ones. Cobblestone driveways can last for centuries if you take care of them. They're tough and can handle rough weather well.

Choosing the Right Material for Your Driveway (Pros):- Cobblestone pavers are really fancy and last a long time, but they can be expensive. If you're on a tight budget, you might want to think about concrete pavers, gravel, plain concrete, or asphalt for your driveway. But if you're after something strong, good-looking, and special, cobblestone is the way to go.


Maintenance and Repair:-

Cobblestone driveways and walkways are low-maintenance because you only need to wash them once or twice a year and remove any weeds that pop up in between the stones. If the sand between the stones washes away, just add more sand and sweep it in. Sometimes the ground underneath might shift a bit, but it's not hard to fix by adding more base material and putting the stones back. This mostly happens in heavily used driveways, but if the base is prepared well, it's usually not a problem. If you use mortar to join the stones, especially in cold places where it freezes and thaws, you might need to keep an eye on it because the joints can crack. But you can fix this by checking regularly and filling in the cracks with more mortar.

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