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Old 02-18-2008, 10:00 AM
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what to do with left over pavers

They were taking up to much space stacked on pallets lol.








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Is this a display at your business now?
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Very nice display, now if only you had left over retaining wall material. I love the gehl you have shown there. I have a 5640e turbo, what a workhorse!
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Old 02-21-2008, 11:28 AM
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I do usually have left over wall material but the thing most of the paver we buy have to be bought in whole skids so I have to get it in amounts of ~125sqft so if the patio is 680sqft I have to buy 750sqft. The block comes in smaller amounts so its easier to get it closer.

plus I dont like using the older pavers on the same job with newer produced pavers incase wear or fading doesnt match. With the block I can use the older block for the course that is buried.

But when those build up or we get slow I use them too lol








( I know you were referring to the RR tie wall but that ties into steps and extend past the photo and I would need A LOT of material to replace that.)
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Nice work zullo
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Old 02-21-2008, 11:32 AM
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Is this a display at your business now?
not really for paver displays we work with the local supply yard since they have a much larger display with more current styles, and all of the colors.

Plus a few of these groups were skids that most of the corners were chipped or just werent up to par so I dont really like to show them to customers. That area there is where I park my trailers and the employes park their vehicles.
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