How To Lay Paving Part 4: Marking and Cutting

We show you how to cut pavers to fit around corners and steps. 
 

We show you how to cut pavers to fit around corners and steps. 
 
It is a good idea to keep any chipped pavers for this, that way you can cut the chips off. 
 
When measuring, don't forget to include the 5mm clearance between the other pavers and 5mm clearance between the step when marking up the paver for cutting. 
 
Don't assume the distance is the same the whole way a long the row of pavers. Measure each one individually before cutting. 
 
Use a wet brick saw to cut the pavers. 
 
Put the cut edge of the paver against the steps. 
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