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Old 06-03-2012, 09:20 PM   #1
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He want's to know if you can put pavers over the top of his existing driveway. I don't know but I told him I'd ask.

Anybody ever done this?
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He want's to know if you can put pavers over the top of his existing driveway. I don't know but I told him I'd ask.

Anybody ever done this?
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wondering what happens if driveway gos up to garage...gona have to continue into garage or theres gona be somewhat of a bump at garage door
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wondering what happens if driveway gos up to garage...gona have to continue into garage or theres gona be somewhat of a bump at garage door
you charge extra for the bump at each end.
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What if I don't have a garage?





I meant "He", what if he does not have a garage?
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What if I don't have a garage?





I meant "He", what if he does not have a garage?
then you, i mean he can start laying. Chop Chop

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