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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by EagleLandscape, Oct 28, 2010.
Hahaha isnt that Pavestone everywhere??
No. That's not Pavestone Venetian. Pavestone Venetian has much more color variation from one stone to the next, as well as more texture on the surface. This is a recent photo from a job we did using Pavestone Venetian...
I'm not a pavestone guy.
dont they have tumbled and non tumbled?
Also, different batches will have variation in color?
(Just wondering outloud)
True. They do come in tumbled and non tumbled. Although I've never seen anyone use the non-tumbled. But those still don't look like any Venetian photos I've seen in the catalogs or on the Pavestone website.
Is your Pavestone pavers Tumbled or Non-Tumbled?
I'm in Houston, Tx and I like the look of those tumbled pavers...but was told that tumbled have more spacing or gaps and will have possible weed problem.
What are your thoughts.. is non tumbled spaced very close together?
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