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Question DetailsAsked on 3/15/2016

I'm looking for the cost per square foot.

As I said in the first question - I need my brick pavers cleaned and sealed. I have approximately 1000 square feet. What is the cost per square foot?

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Depends on their condition of course, and on whether there is existing sealer to be removed or algal growth that needs to be bleached and pressure washed off. Normal run-of-the mill decent condition brick pavers might run $1-1.50/SF to clean and seal. Ones needing sandblasting or sanding or localized levelling before washing and sealing can run more in the $1.50-2.50/SF range.

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