Laying pavers on dried concrete with control joints
Hi, I'm planning to lay a completely new paved area of approximately 40 square meters, from the front wall of the house to a garden wall opposite, a distance of about 9 or 10 feet, first digging down about a foot, then laying gravel, and on top of that iron mesh, and then concrete. My intention is to first lay the concrete and allow it to dry completely, and then to lay paving stones on top. My question is: when I cut the control joints in the concrete (while the concrete is still wet), Should I place place the pavers in sections that would also have control joints directly above the control joints in the concrete? Or would it not matter if the control joints in the pavers were not directly above the concrete joints? Also, should I first fill in the concrete control joints with good quality caulk, before laying the pavers? Thank you.