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How long does it take one person to install a 40' x 20' brick driveway using 12"x 10" pavers?

One day
10%
Two days
17%
Three days
25%
Four days
12%
Five days
7%
Six days
3%
Seven days
10%
Not sure
12%
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Question: How long does it take one person to install a 40' x 20' brick driveway using 12"x 10" pavers?
Top Answer (25% of 79 votes): Three days.

Answer: Six days
Explanation: Nearly 800 pavers. That's alot before dinner time
Kon-Krete Specialist
Answer: Four days
Explanation: Ussually its more than one person.but it would take 3 to 4 days for one person to install this square footage
Concrete Designs
Answer: Seven days
Explanation: Of course it depends on equipment available and existing driveway proper excavation of materials. Adequate base added and compacted in layers as well as hauling away excess material It can take a couple of wwwks or as little as 3 or 4 days with experience and equipment
Mr Falls Tree Experts
ProMatcher
Answer: Three days
Explanation: At a rate of 400 per day, plus some form work and so forth, three days should be ample. This could be a trick question though. It doesn't specify the hours worked in a day, so let's say the brick layer works a full 24 hours. This should be ample time to lay the driveway; Just keep the coffee coming.
Dolphin Pools
Answer: Six days
Explanation: to do it this job from demodition grade put base and sand and layout brick sealing with polysand pass the compact plate wash and sealing
alvaradomasonry
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: It would depend on site conditions as well as the individual. It could take a few days or longer. If conditions are good this type of job could take approx. 2 days.
Design4
ProMatcher
Answer: Seven days
Explanation: You have to prep for the blocks that's one maybe two days and then figure 200 square feet a day there you go six seven days
Foster Construction
Answer: Three days
Explanation: The amount of time, can vary depending on the particular paver being used.
Land Tech Landscapes
Answer: Three days
Explanation: Safe to say three days! One day is prep and two for install
DIRTCO CONSTRUCTION
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Its all about the accessibility of the materials and if there is any slopes or drain that must be worked
h and h company
Answer: Three days
Explanation: ground preparation along with installation of pavers can take hours for a few square feet.
Concrete & Beauty Design
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: We don't do brick driveways. We do only stone installations
1964
ProMatcher
Answer: Three days
Explanation: if were all ready prepped it could be done in 2 days
Rock Star Masonry
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: This anser has too many variables to give an answer without seeing the project first.
Axiom Construction
Answer: One day
Explanation: Experience is the key!
Sod Sales Direct
ProMatcher
Answer: Seven days
Explanation: A driveway install can have many variables which can dictate a drastic difference in time. Expect 1-2 days for excavation, 1-2 days for the base installation, 2-3 days for pattern layout, and 1-3 days for cuts, final adjustments, and site cleanup.
Blue Lotus Landscaping
Answer: Four days
Explanation: 800 sq feet of pavers should be able to be cut out, gravel installed, labor and cut in within a four day period.
Evans Landscapes &Design Inc.
Answer: One day
Explanation: With 3 employees.
Morales Project Corp.
ProMatcher
Answer: Three days
Explanation: The size of the paver would allow completion of this task in about 4 days. However there are circumstances that would require a longer install
Salinas Lawn Services
Answer: Two days
Explanation: Prep work
dlb construction
Answer: Seven days
Explanation: The installation of pavers or bricks is the fasted part of the project. Proper preparation takes the most time. For one man or woman to install an 800 sq ft patio, I would allow at least 7 days.
Lanese Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Three days
Explanation: www.facebook.com/eliteconst
Elite Construction
Answer: Three days
Explanation: It could take 2 -7 days depending on their level of expertise. We are ICPI Certified Paver Installer and could have a job like this done in 1-2 days. Depending on the site conditions.
Quality Contractors
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: A professional company would not send just a single person out for a project of this kind.
Lonestar Patio Covers
ProMatcher
Answer: Four days
Explanation: depends on weather and such.
Major League Construction
Answer: Four days
Explanation: Always allow an extra day for clean up, about four days should do it.
Robbie Lee Construction
Answer: Three days
Explanation: depending on the expertise, but for one person is hard to go faster
Carpentry Solutions
ProMatcher
Answer: Four days
Explanation: Several days to lay the base, 2 to lay pavers and cut edges.
TJB-INC Landscape & Drainage Contractor
Answer: Two days
Explanation: One day to prep area and a second to install
Greener Touch Landscaping llc
Answer: Five days
Explanation: I would never expect one person to handle the project, the prep work, the overall work load should be performed with proper compacting equipment, leveling equipment etc... I Would not bid the work out for a one man crew so I would say have fun for a week or so...
Nu-Face of PA
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