We have had to have part of our front pavers re laid for the 2nd time in the past 5 years as they keep on lifting. The area is approximately 6 meters x 1 meter and they are red clay pavers, the driveway etc. is fine. Can anyone advise what else can be done as the tradesmen just keep filling it with sand and re laying. Would dolomite or some other kind of filling help to stop it from moving.
Welcome to Workshop. Thanks for joining the community and making your first post. I trust that Workshop members will have some helpful information and suggestions for you regarding your paving. I take it they are not lifting due to tree roots?
Sorry @Jen, do you know what is causing the pavers to lift up? Would you consider getting them laid on a concrete base?
Thanks for your reply. I'ts definitely not tree roots. We've been told it's movement in the ground. The pavers are mostly sinking and some look like they have been laid on a slope but it's not every paver in line, it might be one paver and then the third one down etc.
Thanks for your help today and your reply. It's definitely not tree roots. We were told that this is happening because movement in the ground.
Thanks for your reply. We have been told they are lifting because of movement in the ground.