!!! The earlier answers aren’t complete. The blocks are nominally 8" x 16" but if the patio is 10’ square, one side can’t have a whole number of blocks because 120 isn’t evenly divisible by 16. If the owner is willing/able to cut each end block in half or set them in an offset pattern, the project can be completed with 120 blocks as noted: It will need 15 rows of 7½ blocks each, or 112½, plus a conservative 7-8% allowance for waste. However if they don’t want to get involved with cutting, the patio will have 15 rows of 8 whole blocks, making it slightly larger (10’ x 10’ 8") and requiring around 130 blocks (15 x 8 + 8%).
The weatherking website recommends one block (16x8x4) for every 4 perimeter feet. Their sheds are on skids so this may or may not apply to your shed.
Actual size is 15 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 3 5/8
There are 120 per pallet.
Yes! Consider using UGL DRYLOC which can be tinted to numerous colors; this also waterproofs the blocks.
100 bricks are on a skid
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