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daza1001
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Posted: 27 Sep. 2017,19:04 QUOTE

I have been asked to lift, turn over & relay some 50mm Marshals clay block pavers.
They have chamfered edges on both sides & i am aware the cuts probably wont work.
Apart from that, do any of you think it can be done successfully or has any one done it before?
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Posted: 27 Sep. 2017,20:10 QUOTE

I'm just a keen DIY'er but.....

Unless you have guaranteed access to more of the same blocks I wouldn't get involved.

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Posted: 27 Sep. 2017,22:49 QUOTE

the cuts will not work!
however you could introduce a border of new clay pavers to utilise the existing into the main body of the work
cheers LLL :)


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