It looked like they just threw a bunch of items (rocks, wood, etc) into a grinder. I purchased 15 bags of this and had at least 1 full bag of debris I had to throw away (large chunks of wood and big rocks). Would not recommend this brand.
Depends on how thick a layer of base you want. For the area you have, you should need about 100 bags for each 1 inch of depth. Depending on the application I would do 2 inches (200 bags) to no more than 4 inches (400 bags).
Definitely not! This isn't as fine as the picture shows. It looked like they just threw a bunch of items (rocks, wood, etc) into a grinder. I purchased 15 bags of this and had at least 1 full bag of debris I had to throw away (large chunks of wood and big rocks). Would not recommend this brand.
I don't know what they use under artificial turf, something that drains, so I don't really know if this would work.
It is best to actually contact the store by phone, ask for their garden department to check the status of the step 1 paver base. In the midwest we have not had a problem with the supply of this item.
Assuming you will need about 3 inches of depth that would take approximately 20 bags according to my sq ft to cubic feet calculator.
Go to Pavestones website and they will have tutorials
Inot used base for burniing fire pit.
You will need leveling sand if you don't already have it. Typically, you go paver base (rock), leveling sand, pavers. The polymeric sand is a binding agent that is like mortar. You broom it over the installed pavers to get it in the cracks between the pavers and then wet it to bind the pavers together. It is the last step.
A few extra is always a good idea. You can always return what you don't need.