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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.

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Quote from DealWAuthority :
44 pavers = 12.5 sq ft = 198 lbs = shipped to home for just $8.99 delivery fee. Total price approximately $20 + tax. (+ tip)
false. Min $45 purchase for delivery and then delivery jumps to $50-$80 once you add significant quantity
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Is this in store only?
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Quote from luischav3z :
Isn't it bad to use treated wood on a garden bed. Wont chemicals leech to your veggies?
I've never had an issues with chemicals leeching. If you use junk wood, it's just going to rot out and then you'll just end up replacing it. Cedar doesn't necessarily need to be treated anyway, and the wood types that do now mostly use ACQ rather than CCA. CCA has arsenic in it with the "A" standing for Arsenate (CCA = Chromated Copper Arsenate). ACQ treated shouldn't have arsenic in it (ACQ = Alkaline Copper Quaternary). Just make sure you're getting lumber sold for residential use, which will most likely be treated with ACQ.

You don't have to use wood. You can use bricks, stone, or galvanized metal. The big difference with any of it is mostly going to be the price and overall look. Some good treated wood is probably going to be your cheapest bet. Cedar is going to cost more, but it's naturally resistant to rotting. There's no right or wrong answer on which of those materials to use or you may even come up with something different. Good luck.
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My parents visited the local HD (Northern California) and found Holland pavers with measurements: 7.795 L x 3.85 W x 2.375 H.

And supposedly for the same price of 4 for $1. I cannot find it online to verify though. The thicker brick seems ideal.
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My parents visited the local HD (Northern California) and found Holland pavers with measurements: 7.795 L x 3.85 W x 2.375 H.

And supposedly for the same price of 4 for $1. I cannot find it online to verify though. The thicker brick seems ideal.
I ended up getting the Belgard Napoli. (They also had the Amaretto) They're 2.25" thick. Still $.25 ea. Was able to complete my edging project for about $14. MUCH cheaper that just about any other edging solution. In Orlando btw.
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Thanks for the heads up on the price reduction. I just bought 950 ($237.50) + $79 for delivery fee. Total cost = $311.50 (no tax in NH) + tip for delivery
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Can I use these for garden edging?
I did
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I need to add a bit of height to the front side of my elliptical since the pedals slant forward and makes it painful on feet and knees. Do you suggest putting bricks or pieces of wood?
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Awesome deal, I know some glass houses
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for some reason it shows out of stock on the cart, even though there is stock. i am just trying to order a qty of 600.
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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.
These are pretty much posted every spring pandemic or not. Welcome to Slickdeals and enjoy your visit.
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Just in time for an acquittal! Free delivery to any business in Democrat run cities!
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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.
I bought 150 of these and was wondering what type of construction glue did you use? Was it heat resistant or just a regular one? Also do you happen to have a pic on how you made these in a circle pattern? I want to put around my pit but thought I would be stuck to a square or rectangle pattern.
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Horrible customer service. Website showed an $8.99 delivery fee. I went to order and delivery jumped to $79. 90 minutes on chat to get a manager who repeatedly lied about the shipping and would do nothing.
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Quote from NeatSwing4234 :
Horrible customer service. Website showed an $8.99 delivery fee. I went to order and delivery jumped to $79. 90 minutes on chat to get a manager who repeatedly lied about the shipping and would do nothing.
you just down know how delivery fees work. Delivery is weight based. $8.99 is for delivery of single paver. Add 1 and your delivery is $8.99. Add more than one and the fee goes up accordingly.....
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