EasyPro - The Ultimate Paving Stone Joint Compound!

EasyPro is the new ultimate paving stone joint compound! This pre-mixed epoxy resin product is ideal for residential driveways, patios, pool decks and walkways. It is also permeable. Below is a list of things you need to know about it:

  • Can be applied in both rain or sunshine
  • Installed in any temperature between 32F - 95F
  • Used in joints ranging from 1/4’’ - 4’’ thick
  • Before using, ensure the pavers have been installed on proper base material to minimize joint movement
  • Used in both residential or commercial applications
  • Used in new or retro fit applications
  • Joints must be at least 1 1/2’’ deep
  • Coverage: Approximately 50 sq. ft. /container *coverage depends on type of paver used*
    i.e. Courtston 20-21 sq. ft /container
    i.e. Town Hall™ 30 sq. ft /container
  • Always compact the pavers before applying EasyPro
  • You may walk on the surface immediately after installation, but do not drive on surface for 24 hours
  • It is eco-friendly (60% renewable products)

Here is a list of tools needed for installation:

  • 24’’ - 30’’ wide squeegee
  • Hose with a variable setting nozzle
  • Hand trowel
  • Masonry pointing tool
  • Fine and coarse bristled broom

Steps of Installation:

  • Step One: Make sure the surface is clean and free of any dirt, debris or efflorescence. This can be completed with a pressure washer.
  • Step Two: Wet the pavers prior to installation.
  • Step Three: Cut bag open and pour on to the surface. Use the squeegee to move the compound around evenly.
    *Adding water to the compound will facilitate the movement of EasyPro into the joints*
    *For larger joints use the masonry pointing tool to ensure the sand will fill the joints*
    *Any leftover sand can be saved, just add an inch of water to the top and seal the bucket*
  • Step Four: Broom the surface with a fine bristled broom sweeping diagonally.
    *On average the joint compound should be 1/8” below the paver surface*

The below video will discuss the above information in further detail.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJs7INaA4kQ