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Did you know that the choice of your outdoor project's finishes can help your paving stones last longer? Add the final touch to your new outdoor space to make it last a lifetime.

What is polymeric sand?

Polymeric sand is a combination of granular material that helps lock the fine sand particles together, which ensure that your pavers don’t move over time. By adding water to it, the polymeric sand becomes an impenetrable joint filling solution that locks your paving units.

The benefits of polymeric sand

  • • Helps lock paving units in place

  • • Prevents weeds and damage caused by burrowing insects

  • • Prevents erosion due to wind, rain and freezing

What does polymeric sand do?

Polymeric sand options

You're not interested in investing in an outdoor space that won’t last a lifetime, and neither are we. We only recommend products that we would install for our own property!

Discover our collection of polymeric sand from Flexlock by Alliance, available in multiple colors to match your home. Get the best materials now, so you can enjoy your outdoor space forever!

Available Colors

Did you know that we have color options to match your paving stones?

Sandy Beige

Graphite Grey

Ivory

Onyx Black

How to install polymeric sand?

Install Flexlock Step 1

Step 1

Spread FLEXLOCK SAND G2 with hard-bristle broom. Make sure the FLEXLOCK SAND G2 completely fills the joints. Do not use other materials in the joints. Leave a layer of FLEXLOCK SAND G2 missing space on the surface to aid in the vibrating and consolidation of FLEXLOCK SAND G2 into joints. For textured or pre-finished surfaces, we recommend to remove all the sand from the paver or slab surface prior to using the plate or roller compacter.

Install Flexlock Step 2

Step 2

Vibrate the FLEXLOCK SAND G2 into the paver joints using a vibratory plate compactor. A rubber pad is recommended. A roller compactor is best for slab installation. Joints should be filled up to 3mm (1/8 in.) below the edge or chamfer. It is best to compact in several directions to ensure there are no air gaps or voids in the joints. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to ensure joints are filled and consolidated. Narrow joints require more care to completely fill.

Install Flexlock Step 3

Step 3

Sweep off excess FLEXLOCK SAND G2 from the paved surface, first with a hard-bristle broom, then a soft-bristle broom. Take care to leave the height of the polymeric sand at least 3mm (1/8 in.) below the edge or chamfer of the paver.

Install Flexlock Step 4

Step 4

Shower for a minimum of 30 seconds for 2.8 sq. m. (30 sq. ft.) or until the FLEXLOCK SAND G2 repels the water and the water starts to accumulate on the joints.

Did you know that you can find our polymeric sand options at one of our authorized distributors?

What is the best polymeric sand to use?

The best polymeric sand option is the one that will provide you with the highest quality-price ratio. In fact, opting for a lower-priced polymeric sand can result in more maintenance over time. Make sure that you choose the best polymeric sand in the industry: Flexlock by Alliance. This collection prevents from weed frowth, insect infestation, and sand washout. Read the comparison table below to learn the difference!

Polymetric Sand Table

How to maintain landscape pavers

Looking for more assistance on how you should take care of your paving stones? We’ve compiled frequently asked questions and their answers that homeowners just like you are looking for to make it easier to keep your pavers looking new throughout the seasons.

Customer Care and Maintenance

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Paver cleaners and sealers

Prevention is the key to keep your patio and driveway pavers looking new. Use the best high-quality concrete products to maintain your investment and ensure that you can fully enjoy your new outdoor space for years to come.