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Holland River Red Concrete Paver Brick (7.75"x4"x1.75") EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Holland River Red Concrete Paver Brick (7.75"x4"x1.75") for $0.25. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Beginning on 4/8, Home Depot will have Holland brick pavers 4 for $1. Color selection may vary by location.

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Probably because you're not laying them correctly. Use a base and some polymeric sand and you'll be fine. If you don't put them down correctly, it doesn't matter where you buy these pavers, they're going to slip, slide, and break. If you put them on a base and some polymeric sand in and around them, there's more friction between the bricks and the sand will hold them safely in place.
Very shitty pot ash composition. Maybe for a cheap rental or quick flip but stay away if you're looking for long term durability.
I get the joke but bricks have ALWAYS been on slickdeals, along with retaining wall blocks, and anything else outdoor related. Mostly during spring.

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Great pricing, but none around me, and delivery isn't an option Frown
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Very shitty pot ash composition. Maybe for a cheap rental or quick flip but stay away if you're looking for long term durability.
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i am looking to buy it. any advices about experiences? Thanks
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i am looking to buy it. any advices about experiences? Thanks
I use them for a pad for my grill and some planters. They work as you'd expect them to. Color hasn't faded and no cracking. Been through two summers.
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I use them for a pad for my grill and some planters. They work as you'd expect them to. Color hasn't faded and no cracking. Been through two summers.
Thank you so much.
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Great pricing, but none around me, and delivery isn't an option Frown
My store near me in burbs of DFW has over 4000 in stock. May get some just for paper weights....after the windy spring we have had.
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Very shitty pot ash composition. Maybe for a cheap rental or quick flip but stay away if you're looking for long term durability.
Probably because you're not laying them correctly. Use a base and some polymeric sand and you'll be fine. If you don't put them down correctly, it doesn't matter where you buy these pavers, they're going to slip, slide, and break. If you put them on a base and some polymeric sand in and around them, there's more friction between the bricks and the sand will hold them safely in place.
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None available in the central coast of Cali.
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The website says the material is "Concrete". Is that safe to build a raised bed? Thanks.
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The website says the material is "Concrete". Is that safe to build a raised bed? Thanks.
Concrete is safe for raised beds but I wouldn't use these pavers for one. They are pretty small and relatively light. I think it would be a challenge for them to hold soil in place.
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My store near me in burbs of DFW has over 4000 in stock. May get some just for paper weights....after the windy spring we have had.
I put a bunch in the cabinet under my grill - it had tipped over a few times. Since then, I've planted a ton of trees as windbreaks, but helped a lot years ago.
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LOL construction materials have increased in price so much due to pandemic-driven supply chain disruptions and the white-hot housing market that bricks are on Slickdeals now.
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LOL construction materials have increased in price so much due to pandemic-driven supply chain disruptions and the white-hot housing market that bricks are on Slickdeals now.
I get the joke but bricks have ALWAYS been on slickdeals, along with retaining wall blocks, and anything else outdoor related. Mostly during spring.
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