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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by ferrall426, Aug 1, 2011.
How much joint sand do I need for a 450 sq ft paver patio. Pavers are 2x4x8". Thanks
Look on the bag!
100 lbs should be what you need
If your putting it in full depth than you should use 200-250lbs.
My advance apologies, but more than 100 pounds will be needed.......
Has anyone really ever thought about poly sand?
I pay $22 for 2000# of concrete sand.
And an 80# bag of poly sand is $24-$26
so use concrete one guy i learned from layed everything on stone dust and i never saw any settlement and he had stone dust in the gaps saw on problem there either
Depends on paver thickness too, you should be going the full depth of the paver....don't do any hack things and fill 3/4 with sand and just top with poly, your wasting your time and more headaches in the future.
Product I use will go 80-100 sq.ft. /bag
This table is saying I would need over 25 bags to be 1/2" thick.. is that accurate?? 50lb bags
I think istead of "thick" they meant to say "wide".
50 to 60 sq.ft. per bag is about what I usually figure.