A crucial but often overlooked part of installing Porcelain pavers is the joint sand. One of the best choices available today is our own polymeric sand. But when should you not use polymeric sand? It's not recommended for use in areas with standing water or on pavers with a joint width of less than 1/8".
So, can you use polymeric sand with porcelain pavers?
Absolutely! In fact, Hardscape Sand is versatile enough for all types of pavers: porcelain pavers, concrete pavers, and natural stones. Its composition allows for a joint width of 1/8" to 4" wide, making it adaptable to a wide range of paver installations.
But how do you apply polymeric sand to porcelain pavers?
The process is straightforward. First, ensure the paver surface is dry. Then, pour the polymeric sand onto the pavers and sweep it into the joints. Once the joints are filled, compact the sand and sweep off the excess. Finally, water the pavers to activate the polymeric sand.
This brings us to the purpose of polymeric sand for porcelain pavers. Polymeric sand improves the durability and longevity of your paver installation. It binds the pavers together, creating a strong, flexible joint that resists cracking, weed growth, and insect infestations. More than just a filler, polymeric sand is an essential component that enhances the functionality and appearance of your pavers.
What sets Hardscape.com Polymeric Sand apart is its superior formulation. It contains heavier polymers, which offer better binding and longevity compared to other products on the market. Moreover, it's easy to activate. Unlike other polymeric sands, there are no issues with under-watering or over-watering for activation, making the installation process hassle-free.
In conclusion, for a successful and long-lasting paver installation, consider Hardscape.com Polymeric Sand. Its versatility, superior formulation, and ease of use make it the best choice for your pavers, no matter the type or size. Discover the difference of Hardscape.com Polymeric Sand today and elevate your hardscape project to the next level.