Good article on paver patterns in Total Landscape Care

From Total Landscape Care

One of the most widely used patterns for vehicular and pedestrian applications, a herringbone pattern is achieved when pavers are laid going alternative directions creating a “v” shape. Pavers can be laid at 45- or 90-degree angles. It’s also one of the easiest patterns to lay, since you use only one size pattern, and the pattern is simple.

“This pattern disburses force across all of the bricks, which is particularly important in vehicular applications,” says landscape architect Laura J. Schwind, paver field manager for Pine Hall the full article here.

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