We don't have visibility to the pricing, however, I know that the pricing differs with method of purchase (dot com, special order, in-store) due to how the freight is built in. On HD.com, the price incorporates freight into each individual pallet, where if you purchase in store, the freight is prorated over a full truckload of material. Thank you for your inquiry!
Probably, but only if the brick is clean and dry. I have found that many of these concrete stone products have been stored wet. Most vendors keep these products in an uncovered area. This causes a white powdery stain to come to the surface called efflorescence. It is difficult to remove and to do a thorough job muriatic acid is recommended. I don't think that paint will adhere to a powdery surface. On a clean and dry brick you should have no problem. These bricks are made of concrete, they are porous and will need to be very dry for the paint to adhere well. I would suggest leaving them in a hot garage, out of the weather, spaced for appropriate air circulation to dry them prior to painting.
There are 576 bricks on a pallet.
Yes, but only if you drystack it or use concrete to "glue" them together.
Each piece covers 0.17 square feet.
Hello Suzanne, Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this RumbleStone Mini 7 in. x 3.5 in. x 1.75 in. Greystone Concrete Paver is no longer available and will not return to stock in our warehouse. This item is no longer on our website. However, we do have this item available for purchase in a pallet quantity, RumbleStone Mini 7 in. x 3.5 in. x 1.75 in. Greystone Concrete Paver (576 Pcs. / 98 Sq. ft. / Pallet), Model # 91334 Internet #203158719. For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store or call HomeDepot.com customer service at 1-800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
The pavers I used were 2 different sizes surface wise, all were 1.75" thick . The surface area of the stones ( 7x3.5) is the figure you need to calculate the number of pavers needed. I used 7x7 and 7x3.5 pavers. 1 sq ft = 144 sq in. 120 sq feet = 17,280 sq in. A 7x 3.5 brick = 24.5 sq in. 17,280 \ 24.5 = 706 bricks. A 7x7 paver is 49 sq in, so 17,280/49 = 352 pavers
Rectangle is 10.5 " x 7" .... the brick is 3.5" x 7" ... squares are 7" x 7" 3 bricks = 1 rectangle.
With 500 sqf, each brick measures 3.5x7 which then means you'll need ~2,939 bricks. I usually add 10% for slack and spares.