Olde Towne 6x4, 6x6, 6x9

Olde Towne Pavers

Olde Towne is the classic choice for hardscape projects where the smaller format of classic European elegance is more appealing. The smaller sizes are ideal for traditional or random patterns, while the natural cobblestone appearance gives long-lasting beauty and old-world charm to any hardscape project. (Also available in 6x9, 2 pc 60mm, Antiqued, & Remodel Paver 1" thick 25mm)


  • 1. Excavate unsuitable, unstable or unconsolidated subgrade material and compact the area which is to receive the pave stones. Backfill, place and level the excavated area with a 4 inch minimum of a structural base material or as otherwise directed by Site Engineer/Architect/Landscape Architect. Engineering may be required.
  • 2. Place bedding course of washed sand conforming to the grading requirements of ASTM C-33 to a uniform depth of 1-1/2 in. (25-38mm) screeded to the grade and profile required.
  • 3. Install the pavers with joint spaces approximately 1/8 in. (3mm).
  • 4. Where required, cut pave stones with an approved cutting device to fit accurately, neatly and without damaged edges.
  • 5. Tamp pave stones with a plate compactor, uniformly level, true to grade and free of movement.
  • 6. Spread sand to 1/8in. thickness over entire paving area.
  • 7. Make one more pass with plate compactor to fill joints with sand.
  • 8. Sweep paver surface clean for final acceptance


Suggested Patterns

Olde Towne 6x4, 6x6, 6x9

 Specifications and Pallet Information

  • Thickness:  2-⅜" (60mm)
  • Dimensions:  6"x4", 6"x6", 6"x9"
  • SF per Cube:  124
  • Cube Weight (approx.):  3225 LBS
  • Finish:  Standard
  • Surface Texture:  Pillow Top
  • (Also available in 6x9, 2 pc 60mm, Antiqued, & Remodel Paver 1" thick 25mm)

Standard Colors:

autumn blend olde towne tremron   cappuccino olde towne tremron   glacier olde towne tremron


old chicago olde towne tremron   sand dune olde towne tremron   sierra olde towne tremron

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