Pavers are either stones, bricks, concrete or brick-like material laid down as an exterior flooring. Pavers are pre-manufactured materials which have a wide variety of shapes, sizes & colors. These materials are ready for installation on your lot.
Pavers have been the go-to choice of homeowners not just because of the visually appealing look it gives on their driveway, pave way, patios and decks but also because pavers are more durable and long-lasting compared to concrete-poured flooring.
Pavers also are low-maintenance since cracks will not likely to happen in comparison with the concrete-poured flooring. If unfortunately your pavers have cracked, you can just take the cracked paver and replace is with a new one, which is does not take long to resolve, less hassle!
Now, the most common problem pavers’ is weeds growing between joints. This is due to the moisture it accumulated due to the improper compaction where pores are being created and with the seeds being blown or fallen pollens, weeds do grow.
The question is now raised, without any plate compactors, how do I compact my pavers manually?