They are not slick when wet they do not have a smooth surface. The surface is more on the porous side.
I personally would not use these to support the walls of your shed. A 8” X16” concrete cap block would be stronger and is also available at Home Depot. Then the pavers can be used inside for the floor.
If your area is a 9x10 rectangle then theoretically you could get by with 90. Since it's probably not, I would get 100 so you have a few extra in case of breakage or waste when you cut.
You will need 256 pcs not including any waste. 2 pallets will cover you. Thank you for your inquiry!
I went on line and found the nearest home depot that had this product. Cse
No prepping needed. I just layed mine on the ground.
You can have the store order it and have it shipped.
Pavestone has a great video on Youtube that goes through all the steps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RafjiPoP0Mk Here's a quick summary: 1. Level your yard (dig out plants/grass, level out with dirt) 2. Prepare base with Pavestone Paver Base (basically decomposed granite) 3. Compact base using a tamper or plate compactor 4. Level with leveling sand (Pavestone Paver Sand). The common method is to place two screeding rails (3/4" conduit works well) parallel and then screed with a 2x4 5. Gently place pavers on sand, then tap with rubber mallet to ensure they are not wiggly. For these, leave a ~1/4" gap 6. Sweep sand into the joints.
All ads are set before the year starts. Most likely won’t be until same time next year.
154 (plus some extras in case of damage)