Envirobond's blog: How to Install a Landscape Pathway

Posted on Jul 4, 2017 4:06 PM

This year's garden can be upgraded by adding in a new path. If a grass line has formed where feet have stomped, then adding in a landscape pathway can change the look. Following these simple steps can help you to create a fashionable design and practical ideology for your new yard.

1. Create the design. You want to make sure that the landscape pathway you create is practical. Measure the area in your yard and where you want the pathway to be. It is important to combine this with the objects in different areas and how these may interplay with the pathway. Mapping out what you think fits best will help you to find the perfect fit.

2. From designing to digging. After you have mapped your design, you want to outline it on your yard. You can use a spray paint or marker that goes through your yard. If everything looks perfect, dig out the sides for your pathway. Four inches will create a slight lift with your path and help you to create the right look.

3. Add in the materials. A simple and popular solution to a landscape pathway is to look at brick or flagstone that lays on the path. You can also consider aggregate materials. You will want to lay out the path and make sure that everything is even when you are laying out the design.

4. Bind your path together. An aggregate or joint glue will help you to keep your pathway together. You can look for organic products, such as Envirobond (www.envirobond.com) or polymeric sand. This requires placing the sand in the joints and making sure the glue stays in place by following the process for application.

Let your landscape change it's shape while guiding the path. If you want a simple upgrade for better curb appeal, then you can look at how to install a landscape pathway. With a simple approach and in - depth planning, you will have an aesthetically appealing path.

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