Another early spring project that I’d needed to do for the past couple of years was to re-level the pavers on the back patio. The house has several sections of pavers: at the exit of the garage side-door, along a pathway heading down to the lower patio, and on the patio with the hot tub. The primary leveling issues were on the first section near the garage, where they had sunk over the years as the underlying dirt and sand eroded. I first removed the sections of sunken pavers, before re-leveling the ground with paver base and leveling sand.
Once the pavers were back in place, I used an outdoor paver polymeric sand, which functions almost like a mortar and hardens when exposed to water.
This will help prevent water, weeds, and moss from working their way into the gaps between the pavers and causing more erosion. Once everything was leveled and the polymeric sand was applied, the patio look significantly less misshapen.