pix of paver driveways

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by MowingisMaddness, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. MowingisMaddness

    MowingisMaddness LawnSite Senior Member
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  2. mbella

    mbella LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Do you want to know how to install a driveway or do you just want the pictures?
     
  3. MowingisMaddness

    MowingisMaddness LawnSite Senior Member
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    pictures please :blob3:
     
  4. MowingisMaddness

    MowingisMaddness LawnSite Senior Member
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    Anyone, anyone, Bueller, Bueller....

    Save Ferris!

    Come on... someone has pictures of paver driveways.

    I am meeting with a customer in a few days and need some selling tips. I know the guy is interested, but when he sees the price, I think he will go concrete instead. How can I persuade him to spend more on the pavers?

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  5. double e

    double e LawnSite Member
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    Go get a EP Henry catalog- or whatever brand you are going to install- They will have great photos
     
  6. MowingisMaddness

    MowingisMaddness LawnSite Senior Member
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    I have been looking through manufacture catalogs and websites. But everyone has their personal touch :) . And I was hoping to see some of that as well...
     
  7. MidAtlantic

    MidAtlantic LawnSite Member
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    See you found the tread I created...It is good to see everybody's work wish more people posted their work. As you can see there are some really good installers on this site.

    The manufacturer catalogs are a great source to get some ideas. Try to get you hands on as many different catalogs as possible. Remember a good quality paver driveway starts with proper preparation and excavation. Being that its your first driveway try to keep it simple. You might want to get your local rep to give you some pointers as well.

    If you need any help or have any questions I am sure there are plenty of seasoned veterans on here that are willing to give you some pointers or answers to your questions.


    Robert
     
  8. BMFD92

    BMFD92 LawnSite Senior Member
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    pavers hold up a lot longer then concrete and pavers are easier to fix
     
  9. MowingisMaddness

    MowingisMaddness LawnSite Senior Member
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    BNFD92,
    Thanks for reading my post and responding with some advice that I asked for. :waving: Anyone else?
     
  10. BKupfer

    BKupfer LawnSite Member
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    Here are some pictures of the driveway I did last summer. Along with the driveway I did the block wall as well as the slate sidewalk.

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