How many properties have an unsightly walkway from the house to the back of the garage? Mine certainly did! This area of tiny cement pavers had gradually sunk into the mud and weeds over the years, leaving an area that was a soggy mess we tracked mud into the house from every time it rained. I finally made the time and tackled it!
This project was nearly net-zero in expense! I pulled the old, small cement stepping pavers out of the ground, and when I laid the new pathway I used larger, square, very deep concrete squares that had been sitting around in my backyard for ages waiting for a good use. I snitched some gravel from excess leftover from re-graveling the driveway not long before. The only thing I had to buy was one bag of sand at the hardware store.
For so little expense, this project DID require a level of labor that some might not wish to undertake. Scroll on to see the pictures from start to finish, learn the steps, and CONTACT Eugene Garden Design if a project like this seems like something you’d rather have strong help to get done.