Eco Dublin

Eco Dublin

Belgard brings the classic look of cut stone together with contemporary materials technology in Eco Dublin®, the latest addition to our Environmental Collection of permeable paver systems that reduce water run-off.


  • 1: PREPARE YOUR SPACE. Begin by outlining your project space with wooden stakes and string. Remove the sod and excavate the marked area. Be sure to dig at least 6-8 inches down to ensure best results. Once completed, fill the area with a base (i.e. crushed rock). This layer should be approximately 4 inches deep throughout, then raked until the surface is level. Finally, use a manual compactor to condense the base into a solid foundation.
  • 2: PLACE YOUR PAVERS. Using 1-inch PVC pipe, place two pieces parallel to one another across the base rock. Spread your leveling sand between the pipes, then smooth the sand out to be completely level with the PVC. Remove the pipes and fill in any voids. IMPORTANT: Do not compact or walk on the sand. Working your way outward, begin laying your pavers in a staggered pattern. Measure over to your string line often to stay on track.
  • 3: SAND AND SWEEP. Once all pavers are in place, sweep PermaSand diagonally across the area and into every joint. Working from the perimeter inward, use a rubber mallet to set the pavers evenly—going over the surface at least twice to ensure the area is level. Then sweep a final layer of sand over the area ensuring every joint is filled.

Eco Dublin



6 7/8 x 3-7/16 x 3 1/8

6 7/8 x 6 7/8 x 3 1/8

6 7/8 x 10 1/4 x 3 1/8

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  • Find and zoom in on the desired address using the Search tool.
  • Left click on the map to start plotting points.
  • Continue clicking around the perimeter to add more points.
  • The Square Footage and Border of the area will be updated.
  • Adjust an area as needed by dragging its points.
  • More information on colors, sizes, and options are available at the Belgard site.

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