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Posted: 28 Sep. 2019,17:50 QUOTE

Hi everyone, I have read the section on laying setts and cubes but can someone just put it in a nut shells for me the laying courses as I feel torn.
Its a domestic drive which the builder laid them all on sand and its on a slope so you can imagine what happened. They have now asked me to lay them and I wanted confimation on the laying courses please.

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Posted: 07 Oct. 2019,09:22 QUOTE

I'm not sure what you mean: are you asking for help on specifying a bedding material?

There's some general guidance here - if you have a decent sub-base or base, then the 4:1 mix should be adequate for a residential driveway.


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