JTS Landscaping lawn

05-15-2011, 01:10 PM

for some reason doesnt seem like can do math today going to be putting in a paver patio the pavers are 5.5"x5" would about 950 seem right for a 10x18 patio or 180sqft

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JTS Landscaping lawn

05-15-2011, 01:10 PM

for some reason doesnt seem like can do math today going to be putting in a paver patio the pavers are 5.5"x5" would about 950 seem right for a 10x18 patio or 180sqft

DVS Hardscaper

05-15-2011, 01:23 PM

I won't give the answer.

But I'll help you come up with the answer.

1st thing you need to fo is figure out how many square feet 1 paver equates to.

Then do the math from there.

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But I'll help you come up with the answer.

1st thing you need to fo is figure out how many square feet 1 paver equates to.

Then do the math from there.

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DVS Hardscaper

05-15-2011, 06:21 PM

The Pavers are in inches.

There are 144 square inches to 1 sq ft.

Multiply your Paver dimension(s).

And divide that by 144.

The answer will be how much of a square foot a Paver is.

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There are 144 square inches to 1 sq ft.

Multiply your Paver dimension(s).

And divide that by 144.

The answer will be how much of a square foot a Paver is.

.

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chipper44

05-15-2011, 09:44 PM

And the answer is..... 942.55 so round that up to 943. Then you will want to add 10-15% for waist.

Your looking at around 1037

Your looking at around 1037

CheapScapesNC

05-29-2011, 03:59 AM

Fyi, square pavers do not interlock very well....

Glenn Lawn Care

05-31-2011, 05:00 PM

You need to figure out how many square feet are on a pallet first and the n go from there.

DVS Hardscaper

05-31-2011, 10:20 PM

Fyi, square pavers do not interlock very well....

They Don't???

Can you elaborate why??

They Don't???

Can you elaborate why??

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