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Old 08-28-2001, 03:44 PM
Doug Perrone Doug Perrone is offline
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where to learn about pavers

Can anyone tell me where i can learn about doing brick pavers. i do mowing but i want to learn about doing pavers. I live in New York. thank you
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Old 08-28-2001, 03:52 PM
Scraper Scraper is offline
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Try asking this in the Landscape forum. But be warned...perform searches before you do, as this topic has been discussed in great depth over there.
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Old 08-29-2001, 12:44 PM
Guido Guido is offline
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Besides the obvious....

LS.com (search the archives here).....


You can try the following sources for information:

-Your local paver supplier or stoneyard
-Any of the paver manufacturer websites (most have good info)
-http://www.tmac.clara.co.uk/paving/home.htm (a site from the UK with some good stuff in it)

There is also the ICPI (interlocking concrete pavement institute) which still has not givin me the chance to promote them in any way shape or form. I couldn't even get an info pack out of them last year when we tried (and stressed Lanelle out too!) But they're there also.

Hope this helps a little more, sorry it took so long for a real reply.
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Old 08-29-2001, 10:41 PM
Evan528 Evan528 is offline
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I attended Several Classes from EP henrey last Febuary. They have very good beginner classes and even give you plenty of oppertunity to ask questions. The one fault i felt it had was this....they demonstarted both patio and a retaining wall installation on a perfectly level cement floor. This is not a real situation.... how many yards are perfectly flat? Therefore the demonstartions went a whole lot simpler then A real life project would!
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