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

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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.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Holla.../100619492
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i am looking to buy it. any advices about experiences? Thanks
I am waiting for Lowe's bc these are thinner.
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These or a 12x12" to do a 8x30' area under my deck?
Depends. 12x12 will require setting 1/4 the bricks. But, they will also weigh about 4x as much. The larger pavers will be more resistant to movement. The smaller ones let you hug posts and such easier.
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One person has a picture of a fire pit on HD site. What would be the downside of using this for an in-ground firepit? Nothing gigantic - 3 ft in diameter...
I used these for a firepit about the size as you described. I layed them in an "open" configuration where I made a circle whcih due to the shape left some square openings between bricks. Then the next row on top I covered with bricks putting the "holes" in a different place. This created a pattern of "windows" that the fire came through. I did one row of standard bricks (cause I had them already) and 4 rows of these. I used construction adhesive to hold them all down. Fires in the pit didn't get close to the edges too much, It was there three years and held up just fine.

But no they aren't technically fire resistant, I'm sure daily roaring fires would deteriorate them pretty quick. The fires we had in this one, you could put your feet on the bricks most of the time. At the end of the day if you do 12 bricks in 4 rows thats like 12 bucks plus a few bucks for adhesive, it's a cheap experiment.
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Will Lowe's price match?
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Of course I just bought $500 worth of these last month. I already called, no price match.
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Would these be good to use for a fire pit area? Sounds like the actual fire pit should bricks that can withstand higher temps. But for the rest use these - pavement, bench, etc
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Not sure if it works here, but in general you can try stacking 11% rebate match if Menards is in your area. Check FAQ for details.
https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/
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Why does the home depot website "require" my location in order to friggen work. FU home depot, I don't turn on my location for anybody. Even if I did, I always use a VPN so location doesn't work anyways.
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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)
That's a good idea, actually. However, if you want these to color match (there are variances), the people packing your shipment won't care about that. If they happen to switch pallets while building your order, you may wind up with bricks that look fairly different. You can always randomize how you put them down though.

I bought a couple hundred bricks several years ago for a project and didn't pay too much attention to the color. I have some bricks that are dark red with shades of gray with others that are light red, almost pink. May not matter to some people but just pointing out that these aren't necessarily uniform "red".
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I am waiting for Lowe's bc these are thinner.
Actually they are same size bricks. Lowe's title is wrong, they give the "common" size not the actual size. As the spec say these are 45mm, aka 1.77" thick
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Thanks, just ordered 150 of them!
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Would these be good to use for a fire pit area? Sounds like the actual fire pit should bricks that can withstand higher temps. But for the rest use these - pavement, bench, etc
perfectly fine. I have these bricks as the floor of my firepit. Going on 5 years now....no structural issues.
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Of course I just bought $500 worth of these last month. I already called, no price match.
Buy another $500 worth and return it with the old receipt? Probably not worth the trouble though.

I recall home depot had a 30 day price adjustment policy for online orders, I assume you're past the deadline. In store is YMMV as typically they refuse to price adjust to match any new sales. I once had to call corporate who spoke to the store manager in order for them to honor a price match on a sale item that I purchased a week ago.
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It is safe, but I think you would be better off finding some reasonably priced treated yellow pine or cedar. That's how I did my raised bed. Actually instead of one raised garden bed, I have three garden boxes that I space out. One for cantaloupe and watermelons, one for cucumbers and peppers, and one for tomatoes.. Anyway, find some wood blocks for the corners, and just line up your wood and nail them right into the corner blocks. If you want, you can treat the outside as well with something like Minwax, which will help provide additional protection from the sun.

One of the reasons I like using the wood is I do a coat of Rustoleum spray paint on the outside and do a custom look, then each year I either touch up or paint over it with a new look. If you don't care, the treated wood should be fine on its own.

Whatever you do, don't buy the raised garden kits. You might get one season out of them and then they start to rot out.

One last tip. If you get a lot of cardboard boxes from places like Amazon. LIne the bottom of your raised bed with the cardboard boxes, then throw the dirt over it. When the cardboard gets mushy, you'll get a lot of worms in the soil that eat the cardboard and when they leave their castings it will help your garden grow from the extra nutrients. You can buy worm castings at stores like Lowe's, but no point when you can just use your extra boxes. Good luck.
Isn't it bad to use treated wood on a garden bed. Wont chemicals leech to your veggies?
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Isn't it bad to use treated wood on a garden bed. Wont chemicals leech to your veggies?
This is correct....

https://www.finegardening.com/art...the%20soil.
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