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David Gretzmier

LawnSite Gold Member
they'll move this thread to landscaping, but I charged 12 bucks a sqaure foot installed with all materials and labor included, 5 years ago. It should be higher now because flagstone has went up, so maybe 14-16 per foot now. It is very time consuming to make it look good, but beautiful when done.


LawnSite Bronze Member
YEah I was just offered an 800 ft/2 patio, but when I heard my competition came in at 22 ft/2 installed for wet lay I said nevermind ;)


LawnSite Member
Everything that is involved is excavate, form up and pour concrete, then lay your border out and find all the elevations..then pull string lines and lay the whole patio, materials are lumber for forms, wire, concrete, stone, sand, mortor,