name that paver!

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by BrandonV, May 9, 2013.

  1. BrandonV

    BrandonV LawnSite Platinum Member
    Messages: 4,629

    color too please. As you can see someone tried to expand this patio... they promised the color would match.



  2. stihljixxer

    stihljixxer LawnSite Member
    Messages: 49

    The material under your feet is EP Henry old towne cobble in harvest blend. The expanded area is Dakota Blend also old towne cobble. Hope I could help!
  3. BrandonV

    BrandonV LawnSite Platinum Member
    Messages: 4,629

    Thank you!
  4. Hardscaping1

    Hardscaping1 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 11

    the product pictured in no hardfaced; EP Henry's old towne cobble pavers are Durafaced (= hardfaced). These are no EP Henry - maybe Pavestone? Eagle Bay?
  5. scagrider22

    scagrider22 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,272

    Looks like Oxford pavers from reading rock.
  6. Mr. Midwest

    Mr. Midwest LawnSite Member
    Messages: 43

    Looks like Reading Rock Oxford none tumbled pavers like scag said but I don't think their distribution reaches NC. That is a very common paver shape and color.
  7. CALandscapes

    CALandscapes LawnSite Senior Member
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  8. DVS Hardscaper

    DVS Hardscaper LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 6,623

    Ok guys,

    Here is how this works.

    The paver you see in the pictures is derived from a mold. Last I knew there are two companies that make molds for pavers - one is in Germany(?), the other is in MD.

    So the companies will make the molds and then the manufacturers will buy the molds. So Belgard and EP Henry may actually be producing their pavers from the same mold. Making it hard to merely look at the paver and really know what brand it is.
  9. Nj shade

    Nj shade LawnSite Senior Member
    from Nj
    Messages: 288

    Looks like parisien 6x9, sandlewood color, techo-bloc manufacturer.
    If you have never heard of techo, then not them, not sure if they have made it that far south to NC yet.

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