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Why are they called interlocking pavers?

Most of the original shapes of paving stones would connect together like pieces of a puzzle, thus the name interlocking pavers. Now, with the variety of shapes and styles available, it is also the method of installation that creates the interlocking system. When properly installed, the combination of base rock, edge restraint, bedding sand, pavers, and joint sand creates the interlocking system that provides a flexible and unified pavement.

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