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What is the average cost of a pallet of pavers?
A pallet of pavers can range anywhere from $400 to $2,000 depending on the type of paver.
How much does a pallet of 4×8 pavers weigh?
|Pallet Weight||3682 lbs|
|Pallet Coverage||120 sf.|
How many square feet is a pallet of Cambridge Pavers?
10 layers of 11.4 sq. ft., 114 sq. ft. per pallet.
How many 12×12 pavers come in a pallet?
|Paver Size||Square Feet Per Pallet||Pieces Per Pallet|
|6″ x 6″||72 ft2||288 pieces|
|6″ x 9″||82.5 ft2||220 pieces|
|12″ x 12″||56 ft2||56 pieces|
Who owns Cambridge Armortec?
ABC7’s Danielle Bellini and Founder & CEO of Cambridge Pavers, Charles Gamarekian, take you through a stunning outdoor living space in Channel 7’s Weekend Showcase, giving us an inside look and some ideas on how to design the backyard of your dreams.
Can you lay pavers over dirt?
Typically, it is not recommended to directly lay down pavers over dirt. For pavers to look and perform well in a permanent installation setting, the ground/dirt floor must be excavated, leveled, and hard compacted.
How many pavers do I need for patio on pallet?
Patio on a pallet installs just like traditional pavers. Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I calculate how many pavers I need? To determine number of pavers per square foot, multiply the length by the width. In a 4-by-8-inch paver, you have 32 square inches.
What is the average size of a slatestone pallet?
not present SLATESTONE SMOOTH Pallet Layer Pallet SLATESTONE (6cm) 8 11.16 89.28 SLATESTONE (7cm) 8 11.16 89.28 SLATESTONEGRANDE (6cm) 7 12.40 86.80
What is the standard size of a pallet?
Standard pallet sizes and their dimensions Pallet Type Dimensions (Width x Length) EUR, EUR-1 800 x 1200 mm EUR-2 1200 x 1000 mm EUR-3 1000 x 1200 mm EUR 6 (half-pallet) 800 x 600 mm
How do you calculate the number of pavers per square foot?
To determine number of pavers per square foot, multiply the length by the width. In a 4-by-8-inch paver, you have 32 square inches. Divide 144 — the number of square inches in a square foot, which you determine by multiplying 12 inches by 12 inches — by the number of square inches in the paver.