Paver driveway expansion with Henri the helper(?) dog. - Fine Homebuilding

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Paver driveway expansion with Henri the helper(?) dog.

comments (1) June 16th, 2009 in Project Gallery
Toasty Toasty, member

Nothing like freshly screeded traffic bond on a sweltering day to cool you off.
Yep, looks pretty flat from here.
Always protect your lungs!
What happened to my soft spot in the shade?
4 yards 3/4TB, 1 yard 1/4TB, 520 Belgium pavers.  A lot of back breaking work and one lazy dog.  Next time I think Ill pour concrete!
Next up, 2 level deck attached to rear of house.
Nothing like freshly screeded traffic bond on a sweltering day to cool you off.Click To Enlarge

Nothing like freshly screeded traffic bond on a sweltering day to cool you off.

Photo: Toast

I needed to widen my driveway a bit to allow 2 cars to easily park.  Decided to go with the pavers to give it a walkway look.  Total cost of materials and compactor rental was just under $1000.  At 180 square feet, that's $5.50 a square foot.


Design or Plan used: My own design
posted in: Project Gallery

Comments (1)

AutomanArt AutomanArt writes: This fresh raked sand is great, I hope they do this for me every day.
Posted: 3:53 pm on November 13th

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