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Question DetailsAsked on 4/16/2016

How much do pavers cost to buy brand new without installation per sqare foot?

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On sale at Home Depot and such - pretty rough looking ones generally - as low as about $1.25-1.50/SF. But more commonly $2.50-4/SF range, pretty much regardless of paver size up to about 8x16" - beyond that goes up to about $4-5/SF generally. Fancier patterns like cloverleaf and grasspavers more like $5-7/SF but I have seen tumbled paers and tile pavers as high as $25/SF for the pavers only. Brick typically $2-5/SF depending on fanciness and if recycled (which typically cost MORE).


This would NOT include delivery generally - that is usually $50-100 extra in local area to store unless buying several pallet loads. If not near stores check places nearest you too - pricier local pavers might end up cheaper after delivery is included, as compared to ones coming from 10 or more miles away with a higher delivery charge. Or make a lot of trips in your own vehicle if buying a lot.


If having delivered - be sure to check that they will use a forklift or crane to set the pallet on the ground - you do NOT want them tipping the pallet off a tiltbed truck - too much damage, especially if it snaps the banding or tears the shrink wrap so blocks fall off.

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