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Posted: 29 Oct. 2017,22:33 QUOTE

Hi I have a path around part of the front of my house i wish to block with charcoal tumbled 50mm blocks.

My house is on a 4 ft raised platform creating a 2 meter wide varanda by about 15-20 meters long

I puzzled how to set the edging blocks as haunching would look shite, so I'm wondering if I could bed a couple of rows in or run some as headers.

An advice and ideas would be great

Their will only be foot traffic on this path too

Thanks


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Posted: 30 Oct. 2017,18:30 QUOTE

you could use kerb blocks or a low retaining wall
as said visible haunching looks pants
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Posted: 31 Oct. 2017,11:27 QUOTE

or this. read page

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