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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by etwman, Dec 20, 2002.
Driveway really does look great. Who makes that paver? Techo?
Body will run about $1500-$1700 to sand blast and powder coat.
Yeah the Ford saw the light of day as a transporter. #3 Freightliner is in the shop, slid in the middle where there's no garage door because we haven't used it in a while. To try and get it out is like Austin Powers in the golf cart. It'll stay there for a little while until spring has sprung.
Nope not Techo, good guess though.....anyone else care to take a shot?
I don't have a shot of the house with it in the same pic but it matches the house awesome.
I was sure it was Belgard Urbana in the first 2 pics... but the 3rd made me guess Techo. I'm interested now... more than a dozen pallets and no junk pavers, sounds nice!
I don't think a whole lot of you will get it, its new late last year. CST Vienna Classic Mill Tec. I had the opportunity to go through their plant and it was the most impressive facilty I've been through, and I've been through a few. CST could very well be the next dark horse. Not one bad paver out of two tractor trailer loads, and trust me we looked because it became a game!
How much does a driveway like that cost?
I saw the house in the excavtion pictures...... It really matches great!!!! Awesome work!
I've worked with CST before, only I used the tumbled stuff. Wasn't that impressed with the consistency of the tumble. To be honest, the only manufacturer I do see consistency from is Techo
Looks good, Nice plow on the ford, I never really saw any of your snow equipment before
The driveway looks good.
CST main plant in located a 1/2 miles from my house. They also make versa lok wall there. I basically refuse to use CST pavers because Techo Bloc exist.
Why would anyone use another paver besides techo? If I remember right the vienna sells for 3.50 a sq ft?