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Lowe's has Square Concrete Patio Stone (11.7" x 11.7", Red or Gray) for $1. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks tunabreath

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Lowe's has 12" x 12" Square Patio Stones, (Red, Grey or Chesapeake Blend) for $1. Store pickup is free.

Square Red Concrete Patio Stone (Common: 12-in x 12-in; Actual: 11.7-in x 11.7-in)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-R...in/3018985

Square Gray Concrete Patio Stone (Common: 12-in x 12-in; Actual: 11.7-in x 11.7-in)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-G...in/3018983

Pavestone 12 x 12 Square Chesapeake Blend
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Paveston...1002241778

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No, they're $1.48. I know because I bought a bunch yesterday. Price matching today. Thanks OP.
I can't be the only person that had to read this 5 times. I still don't understand. Is it code or something?

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i wish its 25 cents....Repped OP
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Kind of a crazy question, but can you stack these stones? I have a wet area in the back, was thinking of digging down 6" and laying some crusher, then putting 3 of them stacked on top of each other so that one course is raised outta the ground, with 4" between 'columns' to let grass grow a bit between.
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Kind of a crazy question, but can you stack these stones? I have a wet area in the back, was thinking of digging down 6" and laying some crusher, then putting 3 of them stacked on top of each other so that one course is raised outta the ground, with 4" between 'columns' to let grass grow a bit between.
That's an interesting idea. I am not sure cost wise. These stones are not able to withstand alot of weight. Some people caution not to drive on them, while some swear by it. I think if you compact the ground good, you could drive over the pavers. Personally I wouldn't do it. If grass is your only concern, why not just spray safe chemicals once year or throw weed wacker at it? just my thoughts.

btw aren't these $1 usually?
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Kind of a crazy question, but can you stack these stones? I have a wet area in the back, was thinking of digging down 6" and laying some crusher, then putting 3 of them stacked on top of each other so that one course is raised outta the ground, with 4" between 'columns' to let grass grow a bit between.
If you're worried about them moving around, use some silicone to glue them together. Runs the price up, needs to be dry for the silicone to set, probably can't get them apart without breaking them, although piano wire has been known to work.
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Anyone familiar with this Cheapskate Blend patio?
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btw aren't these $1 usually?
No, they're $1.48. I know because I bought a bunch yesterday. Price matching today. Thanks OP.
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Anyone familiar with this Cheapskate Blend patio?
Read it like that too lol
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Kind of a crazy question, but can you stack these stones? I have a wet area in the back, was thinking of digging down 6" and laying some crusher, then putting 3 of them stacked on top of each other so that one course is raised outta the ground, with 4" between 'columns' to let grass grow a bit between.
A load of fill dirt would likely be a better choice, assuming you are not negatively affecting any drainage easements.
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That's an interesting idea. I am not sure cost wise. These Rick's are not able to withstand alot of weight. Some people caution bot to drive in them, while some swear by it. I think f you compact the ground good, it should be drivable. Personally I wouldn't do it. If grass is your only concern, why not just lay one year and throw week wacker or safe chemicals. Just my thoughts.

btw aren't these $1 usually?
I find these to be pretty brittle compared to real pavers or poured concrete (with or without reinforcement) so I would not stack more than two high or use as a drive way. YMMV
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Will it work as a base for a shed?
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Will it work as a base for a shed?
I am pretty sure and that's what I'm going to do!
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Can i use this for driverway paver?. Will it withstand a suv weight?.

Also my township needs permit for extended driveway. So i am thinking to dig a ground little and fill with this one then on top i am thinking to put some loose gravel. Not sure will it work any suggestion pls?. This way i dont need to get township approval
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Will it work as a base for a shed?
Yeah these will work for a base 100%. Just make sure you properly lay the sand sand under these. These pavers are of the cheaper side of pavers, referring to the price and the quality. So if you don't lay a proper sand base then with a shed on top these will slide and crack apart not long down the road. I too used these for a shed base and so far so good! Be sure to comp t the ground good
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