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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by White Gardens, Jul 20, 2013.
Me and two laborers.
Sidewalk in question.
After seeing the pic it is definitely a $3000 job. I day for 3 guys and needed materials
With or without the bricks. HO already had them, washed them, and moved them up and stacked them ready to set in place.
That's a 2.5 day job. Fact.
One day for excavation and aggregate base installation, including clean up at the end of day, and hauling spoils.
Day 2 - paver install and cutting. If you work hard non-stop (no answering phone calls, no Facebook) you may have time to sand the joints and clean the chamfer real nice. If not, then you'll have to do the Joint sand when you come Back or turf restoration And clean up.
Day 3 - final grading, turf restoration, cleaning driveway which last yr we started pressure washing the driveways on the last day.
For me, three guys for two full days = $1,500.00 total. Labor only, materials extra.
30/man hour, glad I'm not in Syracuse unless you're paying them 8/hour cash
$750.00 for 3 guys for one day???
Lord, or how you put food on the table?
Must be nice to only work from 10-2.