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I want to refurbish an old stable. It has an earth floor at the moment. As I can't afford to get concrete laid, so I was thinking of paving it. Is there any reason why well-laid concrete paving slabs wouldn't be suitable for a stable floor? I know that they must not be smooth (ie slippery).
So long as you level the floor and put at least 2 inches of cushion sand down they should be fine. If you don't use the cushion sand, there will be too many variables as far as movement. The if you tamp the pavers down, sweep sand into the cracks, and lightly wash it off, the sand acts as mortar, keeping the pavers from moving too much. Because pavers aren't typically reinforced, they are only as strong as the underlay, or substrate, so make sure you do a good job prepping and they will be fine.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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