If you’re having trouble keeping up with the weeds in your flagstone patio, the solution is to fill in the gaps. Adding new material to fill in patio gaps won’t just make maintaining the patio easier, it will also make it more beautiful, level, and safe. You can do this project all by yourself. Here’s what you need to know to fill gaps in your flagstone patio.
To start, you need to choose which filler you’ll use to fix the gaps in the patio. You have several options:
At Grand River Natural Stone, we recommend polymeric joint material for our customer’s patios, so that’s what we will instruct you about.
We use Gator Dust Bond and Techniseal NOCO as our primary options for filling in gaps in flagstone patio when the gaps are between ¼ inch and 4 inches. Here is how you can install it:
Once the stone dust has dried, it is safe to be walked on. Be sure to follow the specific instructions from your stone dust manufacturer.
A flagstone patio can go from an eyesore to a beautiful centerpiece for your yard when you use the correct materials and technique to fill in flagstone gaps. For the best material and more information on how to fill in flagstone gaps, contact us today.