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TrueGrid Pro Lite Paver

$2.85 Sq. Ft.

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PRO LITE is sold online based on required sq. ft. of project and available for pickup or delivery in Boston

 

  • Residential uses from driveways, pathways, parking pads, storage areas, etc.
  • Grass or gravel fill.
  • Strong, durable surface.
  • Easy 4-step installation.
  • No staking.
  • Ships within 24 hours.

 

Description

  • Highly resistant to oils, gasoline, acids, salt, ammonia, and alcohol
  • May be saw cut…
  • PATENTED Design yields ultimate hoop strength.
  • Circular elements provide multi-directional crush and shear strength.
  • Flexible links allow expansion and contraction depending on environmental conditions.
  • Built in X-Anchors allows weight of filler to hold grid down without any extra staking.
  • Interlocking connectors.

 

Ground Preparation: Depends upon site condition and local conditions.

  • Suggested Sub-base:1/2” – 1-1/2” diameter clean/washed, angular gravel. Depth of this layer should be a minimum of 2”- 6”. For additional drainage, increase depth of sub-base. Gravel/sandy soil mix (60/40) is suggested for grass fill applications. Level sub-base before laying TrueGrid.
  • Installation: Layout and snap together pre-assembled sheets (9 pcs per layer = 16 sq/ft). If body weight does not level the grids, use plate vibrator or heavy cylinder to level.
  • Backfill: Any angular or round medium may be used. Fill cells with filler of choice. 1” diameter or smaller is recommended for gravel fill. 3/8″ diameter or smaller is recommended for ADA compliance.

 

TrueGrid may be cut on site. Pre-cutting is not required. Angle grinder, circular saw, compass saw, or handsaw are all options to cut TRUEGRID.

Additional information

Weight 5.2 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 24 × 1 ft

3 reviews for TrueGrid Pro Lite Paver

  1. Mark Renfrew

    I laid a 4 foot wide by 50 foot long path down a 15 degree or so downslope in about 4 hours including filling in with gravel. I pinned each piece in a couple places. I couldn’t be happier. Now I have a nonslip path that looks great. I plan to add more paths like this on other steep areas of my property.

  2. Varied Tastes

    This is 100% worth it in my opinion. I used this to deal with a dirt driveway that was annoying me due to mud. I laid these (I didn’t even bother to even out the earth first) and covered with pea gravel (letting the gravel fill in the uneven spots). The mud is no longer an issue and the gravel doesn’t slide around so I’m confident I won’t need to do much upkeep (like replacing the gravel) any time soon. I wouldn’t use this if the ground is incredibly bumpy but if there is an occasional dip or mound, it should work.

  3. Jamesonsdad

    Purchased these for the edges of my narrow driveway where people, myself included, tend to go into the grass. They installed easily in the rain soaked ground with just a few intentional passes of my car over them. When installing these, as just described, I could immediately feel when a tire drove off the edge of one and onto the unsupported yard.These are just what was needed to protect the yard next to my driveway from getting rutted!

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