Smallest or Shallowest Concrete Block Paving too High - What can I do?


Postby benne » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:33 pm

My drive had a post which fell down leaving a clean break. I've chosen not to place the post back in, but instead fill the hole with Concrete Block Paving. I got hold of Concrete Block Paving 200mm x 100mm x 50mm. The 50mm is slightly high, leaving a slight bulge. I could not find Concrete Block Paving 200mm x 100mm x 40mm. I do not want to smash and dig the ground deeper in order to fit the 50mm block paving. Is there another solution?, do shops even supply 40mm block paving?

thank you
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Postby diggerjones » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:11 pm

Cut the block down to the required thickness. A Diamond bladed saw or angle grinder is the tool for the job
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