|If you are a handyman (or lady) or a DIYer (Do It Yourselfer), please take a look at one of the ideas you can use for your own home or to be used by any contractor in the business.|
|I am presenting this image and
many others just because I love doing this type of work and want to share
it with anyone else interested. I'd also be happy to give a quote to get
something like this done for you if you live in my area, but people from
all over the world find my images online and just want to take a better
Feel free to click on the advertising which is specially tailored to match the content of the pages and I think you might find other good examples from others who do something similar to what I am showing here.
If you didn't see the other shots of pavers, don't miss them. Click your way to the Handyman section from the home page: www.dholmes.com
I think this type of paver in multi-colors
gives a terrific look in this Scottsdale, Arizona golf condo back yard.
I am using the non-tumbled pavers in 3 different sizes which will give you better results.
You can also use tumbled pavers which cost more, but you can still get excellent results from non-tumbled pavers.
The main thing is keep it random, if you like this effect.