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Wood Pavers

A dock builder was nice enough to let me have a pile of cut-off wood scraps. All the pieces were pressure treated, so they would work great for wood pavers.

I made these pavers about 36"x36" by using a roll of plastic chicken wire cut into a square. Then I used an air staple gun and attached the pieces to the wire using a few 1/2" thick pieces of wood for spacing.

These pavers are put down just like regular pavers. I would not recommend making these larger than 36"x36" as they do get pretty heavy.

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ryobinationrocks

@mkckl this is awesome man! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing!


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Julieb

What a fantastic idea! I knew I kept all of those scraps from my deck project for a reason....




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