About 3 years ago, I put pavers over grass and weeds that covered a little raised berm by my porch. Yes, it killed the grass, but that's what I wanted. Occasionally-- (maybe once a year after a hard winter)-- the pavers slip a little, and I have to straighten them an inch or two, but that's all the maintenance it needs. If grass starts to grow up between the pavers, I just run over it with the lawnmower.
ALL YOU DO IS PUT THE RIGHT AGAINST EACH OTHER
you should check with home depot
No, they do not lock. They are only butted against each other. One anchoring option is to use landscape pins/staples.
I found using a utility knife worked but took a bit of effort so I tried a jig saw. For me, that was the easiest way to go, especially since I was needing to cut a curved pattern to match the swing arc of my gate,
yes i believe you can. call home depot to make sure
NO BUT I HAD TO TRIM 3 TILES
CALL HOME DEPOT FOR THE BEST WAY TO DO THAT
yes call home depot and with the measurements of the patio and the can tell you the amount of tiles you will need
THE BEST PLACE TO CALL IS HOME DEPOT