You do not need polymeric sand to set these pavers. Regular sand will work fine. If you decide you want a stronger bond polymeric sand or mortar will give you a stronger more stable bond. You could use regular sand as a base as long as it is firmly packed. You can use the polymeric sand for the joints. The manufacturer recommends joints no smaller than 1/8” and no larger than 4”. One advantage of polymeric sand is you can purchase a tint in the color you want.Please read the manufacturers directions thoroughly for best results.
Around 96 on a pallet, you will need a trailer or truck. 1500 lbs
You can get 12"x12" pavestone blocks in the same red river color but not with the brickface surface imprint. I use a combination of the two in my backyard.
Clean a level path you are wanting them to go, Digging at least 1 inche below the grass then layer several bags of gravel or sand then lay out your pavers in the path.
40 pounds each.
You should contact your local home depot. I'm in New York nowhere near WI. Good luck. Needless to say pavestone is good quality and price.
There's a calculator on the web page for these, and the area you're covering is approximately 11x11 feet so you'll need about 63 for an exact fit. Plus or minus a few if you want space between them, and maybe a few extra in case you break some.
Call the Home Depot Pro-Desk and ask them.
i bought them individually if you a big project definitely it pays to but them by the pallet since it would be cheaper by unit.the website clearly shows you how many units are required to condider the savings.
I bought mine at a different location but I have been told that all locations have delivery services.