How to Build a Walkway with Quikrete WalkMaker
By: Danny Lipford
Your home’s details make all the difference. You could have a big backyard with plenty of space for entertaining, but where should your guests walk?
A host’s first responsibility is to be hospitable, and that begins with making their home comfortable and inviting.
So let’s start with a place where people can place their feet!
You may think that building a concrete walkway, especially one with an intricate design, is challenging and time-consuming.
Well, it would be without one handy tool: the Quikrete WalkMaker!
This line of reusable, 2-foot-by-2-foot plastic forms includes four attractive patterns: Country Stone, European Block, Running Bond Brick and Basket Weave. Installing a walkway couldn’t be easier thanks to these forms. Just purchase the pattern that fits your style, find a good spot for the walkway, prep the site, mix the concrete and fill in the forms.
Here’s what you’ll need for this project:
•Quikrete Walkmaker Form
•80 pounds of Quikrete Crack Resistant Concrete mix or Quikrete Concrete Mix
•Gallon of Quikrete Acrylic Cure & Seal
•10 ounces of Quikrete Liquid Cement Color
•Plastic mixing tub or wheelbarrow
Now, let’s get to work!
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