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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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Has anyone used these to go around their artificial turf?
Some have and some have used them under and on top. They work well if you use a compass while installing.
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Hmmmm...how many politicians in NYC are on my sh*t list?
My crystal ball says 564,425,747,756,956.2
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Hmmmm...how many politicians in NYC are on my sh*t list?
4...4 a $1?
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i am looking to buy it. any advices about experiences? Thanks
Used them for large 2nd floor patio 5 years ago and they are looking great
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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.
New homeowner here and new to bricks lol. I have a shared fence on one side of my house and it's always wet and muddy. Grass was laid sometime in December by the builder. My neighbor and I both have sprinkler systems but I rarely ever run mine. Trying to figure out the best way to dry and level this side out and place some pavers like this so that I can wheel my trash bins onto and behind my fence/gate. Currently keeping them in the garage.
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Would these break easily if used to make a small basketball court?
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44 pavers = 12.5 sq ft = 198 lbs = shipped to home for just $8.99 delivery fee. Total price approximately $20 + tax. (+ tip)
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Would these break easily if used to make a small basketball court?
If laid with a proper base under them they should not break under that kind of stress. One potential problem would be that these tend to shift slightly over time resulting in an uneven surface which would make bouncing the basketball a challenge.
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New homeowner here and new to bricks lol. I have a shared fence on one side of my house and it's always wet and muddy. Grass was laid sometime in December by the builder. My neighbor and I both have sprinkler systems but I rarely ever run mine. Trying to figure out the best way to dry and level this side out and place some pavers like this so that I can wheel my trash bins onto and behind my fence/gate. Currently keeping them in the garage.
An area that is consistently wet and muddy may be caused by different things so its hard to give specific help. We would need to know where the water is coming from and why its staying in that area. If it collects and pools there from rain then it may be because that is a low point and water doesn't have anywhere to drain fast enough. If you have a slopped lot or somewhere else to direct the water you may be able to improve drainage by burying a section of perforated drainage pipe so you can send the water somewhere else. Its hard to get water to flow uphill though.
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Not a store within 50 miles has them - no option for ship to store or delivery. Must be available in some regions but not others.
Simplifies my decision about whether I want them or not.
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These or a 12x12" to do a 8x30' area under my deck?
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Best roll the windows down before pulling into the lot, as I'm picturing curbside delivery as a toss through the driver's side window. I'd bring a catcher's mitt too.
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Can I use these for garden edging?
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New homeowner here and new to bricks lol. I have a shared fence on one side of my house and it's always wet and muddy. Grass was laid sometime in December by the builder. My neighbor and I both have sprinkler systems but I rarely ever run mine. Trying to figure out the best way to dry and level this side out and place some pavers like this so that I can wheel my trash bins onto and behind my fence/gate. Currently keeping them in the garage.
Same as I mentioned. When you use the base and polymeric sand, if it gets wet it's just going to cling together all the more. Think of the little sand granules like puzzle pieces. When they all get crushed together, and even wet, you're just pushing all those puzzle pieces together.

From my experience with bricks, the hardest part/most work is just leveling everything out first Once you get everything reasonably flat, put down your base. This is only only going to help with the leveling process and keeping the bricks in place, but it's going to help a lot in preventing weeds from coming through. You're also going to have less problems with ants around the bricks since it's solid and the ants are going to have a hard time tunneling around it. When you have your bricks down, one of the easiest ways to get the sand in the cracks is to use a broom. Just sweep around all the cracks until you see them filled to the top with the sand.
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New homeowner here and new to bricks lol. I have a shared fence on one side of my house and it's always wet and muddy. Grass was laid sometime in December by the builder. My neighbor and I both have sprinkler systems but I rarely ever run mine. Trying to figure out the best way to dry and level this side out and place some pavers like this so that I can wheel my trash bins onto and behind my fence/gate. Currently keeping them in the garage.
You need to figure out your and/or neighbors drainage issue.

Tell the builder to fix it.
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