Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough helps an expecting couple install a concrete paver patio
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Time: 12-14 hours
Cost: $2500 and up, depending on size and materials
Skill Level: Difficult
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Mark installed Andover Collection Stone Cleft pavers in the Richfield Blend color, which are manufactured by Ideal Concrete Block [https://www.idealconcreteblock.com].
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The other materials Mark used, including pack, concrete sand, and polymeric sand can be purchased at landscape supply stores.
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