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Question DetailsAsked on 10/11/2013

Cost of redoing 650 square feet of brick pavers

I have 650 square feet of brick pavers around the sides of my house and walkway . Original contractor did not do it properly so it needs to be taken up, sand removed , dirt removed gravel laid down, redo brick lay, and seal

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Since you are talking removing dirt and putting down gravel and then the bedding sand, I will assume the bond beams were not done or not done right and also needs replacement. Therefore, all you have reusable fromthe first round is the pavers. Likely cost, assuming no intricate, difficult to lay pattern (simple patterns OK) probably about $6-10/SF, or a total of about $3900-6500.

Search the List for local contractors and their reviews and ratings - you need a specialty paver installation firm or a Landscaper who does block walks.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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