5 Tips for Installing a Flagstone Patio 5 Tips for Installing a Flagstone Patio

A flagstone patio can add beauty and value to any home. Therefore, if you're planning on installing a flag stone patio yourself, here are a few tips to help you successfully complete the project:

Tip #1 - Cutting Flagstone

In order to properly cut flagstone, you will need a chisel and hammer, or a good quality masonry saw. If you're working on a large project, a masonry saw is best, but you can save money will with a hammer and chisel.

Tip #2 - Accurate Measurements

One of the easiest ways to ruin a flagstone installation is not taking good measurements. So, use a tape measure and get down on your hands and knees and accurately determine the amount of flagstone you will need and how it should be laid and spaced.

Tip #3 - Don't Rush

 

Properly installing flagstone takes time, and you should never rush a flagstone product project if you want to do it correctly. Take a weekend or even three or four days to do it correctly and properly.

Tip #4 - Get Some Help

While you can install it flagstone patio by yourself, it is a lot of work. Get some friends or family members to help you out. The more hands you have, the faster the project will go.

Tip #5 - Safety First

Always make sure that you wear safety glasses or goggles, when you're working with flagstone, especially if you're cutting the flagstone. Flagstone can easily put out a eye if you are not wearing adequate protection.

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