Hello Mike It’s been about 4 years since I used them so I don’t remember for sure how many are on the pallet. But, I think if you click on the pallet on the site it will tell you the price and the quantity.
Yes, as long as you have the proper base underneath. This would be 6 inches of aggregate (gravel) machine compacted topped with a 1 inch layer of sand. The pavers are added about 1/4 - 3/8 inches above the level of your driveway, then machine compacted as well. Lastly, lock with paver set in between the pavers and you’ll be all set.
I wouldn't recommend it. These pavers are not designed to deal with extreme heat situations and will break down due to the shrinking and swelling, if they don't just burst. You can use them to build around a pit.
Fine. Measure twice, cut once.
I’m sure they could be if the ground was properly leveled and prepped for the tub.
Probably would work if done properly and with a 12"x12" footing at least 18" deep. Make sure it is perfectly level in all directions!
Yes, should be no problem if you use a good quality masonry bit and go slowly. Ideally, a diamond core bit would be the best for a hole that large.
It should be pretty easy to do. I would use the appropriate blade on a circular saw score and cut it.