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Patios in homes are a great way to enjoy good weather or just chill sometimes in an outdoor area with your friends and daily. Having a big and nice concrete patio is a must for those people who love to enjoy the outdoors even when at home.

If you have a big enough patios in your backyard or home, then you can easily place a lot of fun stuff there like outdoor furniture, a BBQ grill, or even a home cinema. It is a great way to enjoy life and have fun.

Who says that home cannot be a fun place for you? You can turn your home and patio into a place where you can create amazing memories with your friends and family!

But what if you bought a home and the concrete patio of your home is not big enough? If you want to extend a concrete patio, then extending it with concrete or cement can be very expensive.

It is complicated as well because in many states you need to take permission from the authorities and even hire contractors to get this job done!

But you do not have to worry about anything at all! Because we bring you a way to extend your concrete patio without using any cement!

So keep on reading to find out what do we have in this discussion for you!

How Can I Extend My Patio Without Concrete?

Let us have a look at the steps below:

Planning:


Before you make or extend your existing concrete patio in your home, the first thing that you should do is to plan out everything on a piece of paper.

Pavers:

Pavers are the paving stones that you can use to extend your concrete patio. Make sure that you buy enough of them, so that you do not run out of stock during your project.

Mark Out The Outlines:

Make out the area that you are going to be working on. For this purpose, you can use an inch tape or strings.

Maintain The Slope:

It is important to keep in mind to maintain the slope of the patio properly. If it is not done properly, then it will give you trouble with water drainage.

Removal Of The Soil:


If you have grass or a garden, then you will need to dig it out and excavate.

Base:

The next thing that you need to do is to install the base material. Make sure that the base material is not deeper than 3 inches!

Edges:

Make sure that you put restraints on the edges of the pavers. Those restraints for the pavers are made up of wood most of the time. They are essential to keep your pavers in the right place without moving too much!

Sand:

Spread a layer of sand before installation. This sand will be your glue to hold all the things in place. Make sure that the height of the sand is exactly two inches high.

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