Paving is an important investment but sometimes the local vegetation likes to push in and cause havoc.
Roots make their way over time through the ground and through the sand upon which the paver are laid. As the roots grow and expand they push up the paving and form lots of irregularities making your investment less appealing.
These can become especially dangerous trip hazards if not attended to in public spaces.
Here the offending vegetation are palm trees. No barrier was made between the garden bed on the right and the paving so 'Al the Handyman' was called to save the day.
All the offending roots need to be removed and cut out. A barrier needs to be made between the garden and the paving by way of a concrete mix, this will slow down the future incursions of the tree under the paving. Then fresh paving base is laid and levelled off and the paving carefully replaced as it needs to fit exactly. The final result below make all the back breaking worth the effort for 'Al the handyman'.