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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by ConcreteChris, Feb 22, 2000.
Just wanted to find out what type of pavers you guys use and what area your in.
Hello Chris,<br>I'm from the Chicago area<br>Due to the nature of our work,we use pavers manufactured by Bend Ind, Unilock, Pave-loc and a clay paver buy a local manufacture.<p>Vist our web page under my profile it will tell you more about my company. <p>----------<br>paul<br>
Chris - <p>We use primarily concrete pavers. The market here (NE Wisconsin - Green Bay down to Fond Du Lac) is unfortunately several years behind most major markets, and holland pavers are the biggest seller by a wide margin. But I install brick made by Decra-Lok, Unilock, Bend, County Concrete, Wausau Tile (a little), and some of the larger clay brick mfgs like Belden, Whitacre-Greer, Glen-Gery. Relative to my experience in Michigan, clay pavers are quite a bit more popular here than there. I don't own enough market share to say with any authority which type sells more, but I'd bet it's close.
Chris,<br>As you know we use Belgard pavers because of their quality and the extensive contractor support that we receive. Thought others might like to know also. I'm in the Washington, D.C. Area. <p>----------<br>Lanelle<br>