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Carpet stone 0.74m²
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- When laying, a joint width of 10-15mm is recommended
Features and benefits
- Easy to interlock for the awkward and intricate areas
- Laid on a flexible mat
quick easy to use great results
livvi - 7 years ago
Really easy to lay, even for first time at paving, the results are excellent and look quite "aged" must say though I agree with the other reviews that its best to lay on a flat surface, I didn't get mine as level as I thought and you will get cracks in your cement if its not completely flat, the cobbles are very hard wearing and very heavy!! so definatly need someone to help you carry into your car, the staff in the store helped me, Love this product though as its so easy and quick to lay.I also cut strips of some of mine to use as edging at the side of flags, as pictured.
1ST TIME EVER
STILLLEARNING - 7 years ago
1ST TIME ATTEMPTED ANY PAVING, WORKED A TREAT, FOLLOWED SIMPLE RULES, KEPT IT FLAT.
FLEXIBLE CARPET ABLE TO CUT TO SHAPE AND FIT TO MY REQUIREMENTS, NOT RESTRICTED TO THE SHAPE OF THE,ALSO USED THE BASIC FLAT CCARPET WHICH WE WERE ALSO ABLE TO CUT TO SHAPE.
artieboy - 8 years ago
Heavy and difficult to carry so take someone with you, apart from that really simple to lay and I'm really pleased with this product,
Easy Peasy..But awkward.
catto - 9 years ago
Bought 2 of these carpet stone sections for a centrepiece in garden surrounded by gravel. Very easy to set out, but be aware they are really heavy. Also there were still quite a few pieces of concrete attached that was from the mould, we used a large screwdiver and hammer to careful chip these off.
We picked them up ourselves and had real difficulty getting them into the car,even though it was flatbacked. Given they are linked together with plastic and the cobbles are concrete they trap fingers and wobble all over the place. Make sure you have something in car e.g old blanket to protect interior.
Had a great idea on way home with them; looped double pieces of rope through each corner then lifted them out with that..worked a treat..Plus when moving them into position used same technique..So if buying and transporting yourself, make sure you take along your pieces of rope!