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Installation & Maintenance
Pavers Cutting Equipment
January 01 2018
Installation & Maintenance Pavers

AZEK Pavers can be cut with readily available cutting equipment. Unlike concrete, complex and expensive diamond blade masonry saws are not needed

Jigsaw
Jigsaw

The most versatile saw for cutting composite pavers.

  • Use for complex cuts such as curves and holes
  • Cut several installed pavers at the same time
  • Use to finish off incomplete mitre saw cuts (e.g. cutting a larger grid with a 10″ mitre saw)

Recommended Blade

  • Wood cutting blade (5- to 6-tooth per inch)
  • Example: Bosch T101D and T144D
10–Inch Mitre Saw

10–Inch Mitre Saw

This saw can be used for almost any cut.

  • Cut pavers in half or any angle (larger pavers might require two cuts)
  • Cut grids (requires two cuts, larger grids requires finishing with jigsaw)

Recommended Blade

  • 10–inch 24–tooth carbide tipped wood ripping blade (Teflon or other coating recommended)
  • Example: Freud D1024X Diablo 10″ 24-tooth ATB Ripping Saw Blade with 5/8″ Arbor and Permashield Coating
  • Clean any melted debris from the blade using brake cleaner or other solvent cleaner
10–Inch Mitre Saw
12–Inch Mitre Saw
12–Inch Mitre Saw

A less common saw but great at minimizing the number of cuts on larger pavers and grids.

  • Cuts larger pavers (e.g. 4″x8″) lengthwise in one cut
  • Cuts larger grids (e.g. 16″x16″) in two cuts without needing to finish with a jigsaw

Recommended Blade

  • 12–inch 20– to 30–tooth carbide tipped wood ripping blade (10 to 20 degree positive rake angle, Teflon or other coating recommended)
  • Example: Freud 12″ Red Teflon Rip Blade (LM72R012)
  • Example: Freud 12″ Thick Stock Rip (LM71M012)
  • Clean any melted debris from the blade using brake cleaner or other solvent cleaner