Grid Paver Installation Service in Delaware



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Why Choose Grid Pavers?

Grid Paver Construction

  • Geotextile
  • Edge Restraint
  • Crushed Aggregate
  • Pavers
  • Sand
  • Compacted Sub-Soil
paver construction detail by delpoli

Setting Paver Pitch

The initial step in installing a grid paver is assessing the level of your property. This is the most critical step in determining the height of your new paver construction project, as it will influence all subsequent stages.

Once we establish our starting height, we will add a “pitch” to the pavers, typically 1/8th inch for every 1 foot, sloping away from your home. This ensures proper water runoff and prevents the walkway from feeling like a ramp. While aesthetics are important, functionality is equally prioritized.

Excavation Phase: Removal of Soil

With the heights set, our crew can begin excavation. We dig down 7-8 inches from the height of our stringline, carting away all the excavated soil. Once the soil is removed, the crew will verify the heights one last time before compacting the ground to help prevent settling.

Patio excavation phase
paver sub-base screeding

Paver Sub-base

Setting Up to Lay Pavers

Once the sand is prepared, we can set up our square lines. When laying pavers, the joints between each paver form bond lines, and it’s important to ensure the walkway is aligned squarely with your home or any other designated stationary structure in the area. This approach adheres to proper construction etiquette and is visually appealing. Our team is trained to lay the pavers first, followed by the borders, to achieve the best results.

Paver & Border Inspirations

Final Stages

Next, we add a form of edge restraints around the exposed perimeter of the grid pavers. This edge acts as a restraint to prevent the pavers from shifting out of place.

To fill in the joints between the pavers, we use topsoil to support the growth of grass or other vegetation.

patio installation final phase


If you’re looking for the best hardscaping services, look no further than Delpoli Hardscape Co. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let us help you transform your outdoor space into a breathtaking landscape. Your satisfaction is our top priority, and we are committed to exceeding your expectations with our passion, creativity, and unwavering commitment to quality.