The concrete anchors can be installed on 12×6 and 12×8 foot pavers.
The cement anchors should be installed at least 6 inches below the ground.
When the pavers are installed, the contractor should also provide drainage.
The contractor should make sure the concrete is not in contact with the soil.
The concrete is recommended to be treated with water.
A minimum of 3 to 4 inches of water should be used per day to treat concrete, which should be kept in a bucket or container.
The drainage must be maintained at least 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and the concrete must not be left in contact the soil, according to the building code.
Concrete anchors are usually installed in the same area as a drainage ditch, which can be used for the installation of drainage.
This way, the cement will not be buried by the soil and will not create problems when water comes in.
If the contractor does not provide drainage, it is advised that the contractor remove the concrete and place it in a ditch.
This will reduce the chance of any water getting into the soil when the paver is being installed.
This is a very effective way to remove the cement from the soil before it is installed, according the Building Codes Authority.
It can also help to minimize the amount of concrete in the drainage ditch.
When concrete is removed from the concrete ditch, the soil should be replaced with a soil-free, natural soil mix.
The contractors should not add any soil or any chemicals to the soil mix, as these can cause problems.
For more concrete projects, consult a local contractor, and see the contractors website.
If you need help installing concrete anchors, contact the RTE.