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Can I remove bluestone pavers embedded in mortar

Can I remove bluestone pavers embedded in mortar and reuse them? A house with a bluestone foyer is being demolished and I would like to salvage the pavers and reuse them in my new home.
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How to make white portland cement stronger?

We are trying to make white pavers for crosswalks versus painting. In 2013 we made some that are still in fair shape, did not write down what we used as a formula. I think it was 3 to 1, one part ...
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What type of substrate should I use to install pavers over an existing poured slab patio

I'm going to be putting pavers over an old slab patio. The current patio has settled and spalled, so I'm looking to pitch the paver patio in such a way that it drains as the original slabs did. In ...
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Looking to install either tile or pavers over a concrete slab in questionable condition that slopes toward my house

I'm an owner builder who grew up building houses with my dad. I recently purchased a long-term investment property in Los Angeles and am in the home stretch of a 3 month project. It's done a pretty ...
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Stone for seating area

I am currently planning to build an outdoor seating area around a fire pit, in a relatively flat and level area. I am trying to decide whether to have some kind of small stone or gravel for the ...
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Can a seat wall and fire pit be built on existing pavers patio?

I have an existing circular area in my uncovered paver patio area. I would like to have two curved seat walls, either stucco or stone veneer with flag stone or cement seats and no back, and a fire pit ...
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Building Patio - Pavers against siding solution?

I used crushed gravel as a base for patio. I'd like the patio to get as close as possible to the house but am realizing that it may not be good to put the pavers right up against the siding. The ...