The cobblestone look with a modern twist.
If you want a cobblestone look with a slight variation you’ll appreciate Camelot. Each paver in this multi-paver system is slightly rounder than your typical cobblestone-style paver. The result is something reminiscent of cobblestone but with a distinctive point of difference.
Borders & Accents
Camelot can be described as a contemporary cobblestone. Each paver in this multi-paver system is slightly rounded compared to your typical brick-style paver. The result is something modern yet reminiscent of cobblestone, but with a distinctive point of difference.
Base Requirement & Bedding Course – standard paver base specification.
Handling and Installation – A protective pad is required when doing the final paver compaction. Both herringbone and linear patterns are common.
Jointing Material and Joint Stabilization
- Good: ordinary dry joint sand
- Best: Any Polymeric Sand or ordinary dry joint sand stabilized by a water-based or solvent-based joint sand stabilizer sealer.
Important: squeegee water from surface during polymeric sand activation to prevent a white residue from forming.
Special Note: Use Alliance Gator Maxx Polymeric Sand (overlays)
- Product may be sealed but it is not absolutely required.
- Unilock Unicare®, Surebond, BP Pro and Techniseal® sealers can be used.
- Select type for desired aesthetics
- Product must be cleaned before sealing.
Cleaners – Any paver cleaner may be used for color restoration or general cleaning. Follow manufacturer’s dilution rates and application procedures.