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Old 05-04-2019, 07:55 PM   #1
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matching my pavers?


HI,

I recently purchased a new house and we have these pavers in the back by the pool. I would like to add some more to a walkway next to the house that lines up to the pool but I cannot find any of these at the local stores or online?

Does anyone recognize these pavers and/or know where I might order some? (Hopefully I attached them correctly!)

Thank you so much for your time
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With no location in your profile it's anyone guess where to look, you could be any place on the planet.
Who ever built this did not "order" them on line, they got them someplace local.
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Any loose ones? Should be a lot number and manufacturer on the back of tile. Fairly sure itís a Daltile tile but donít know the color markings.
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With no location in your profile it's anyone guess where to look, you could be any place on the planet.
Who ever built this did not "order" them on line, they got them someplace local.
Hi,

I am near Orlando FL. I have looked at the local home depots and lowes with no success so far.
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Any loose ones? Should be a lot number and manufacturer on the back of tile. Fairly sure itís a Daltile tile but donít know the color markings.
Hi,

Yes I do have some loose ones.. I will check and see. Thanks
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pdub - those pavers did not come from HD or Lowe's.
take some really good photos, print them out on PAPER,
and show the photos around to some TILE and PAVER STORES.
also try to figure out how many square feet you will need. (they will ask you).
do not show people your cell-phone photos - - - - that is just so tacky.
also check with Pool Installation companies.
and - if you can contact the builder that built the home,
they may have the sub-contractor that did the pool work on file.
and as suggested, if you can remove a section to show the stores,
that would be your best bet . . . . but, very inconvenient to remove and
carry around with you. . . . . thus the good clear photos.
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Any local brick and or Hardscape dealer should be able to help you.
Looks close to what you have.
https://www.belgard.com/products/per...ers/eco-dublin
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pdub - those pavers did not come from HD or Lowe's.
take some really good photos, print them out on PAPER,
and show the photos around to some TILE and PAVER STORES.
also try to figure out how many square feet you will need. (they will ask you).
do not show people your cell-phone photos - - - - that is just so tacky.
also check with Pool Installation companies.
and - if you can contact the builder that built the home,
they may have the sub-contractor that did the pool work on file.
and as suggested, if you can remove a section to show the stores,
that would be your best bet . . . . but, very inconvenient to remove and
carry around with you. . . . . thus the good clear photos.
OK,

Thanks Johny_inFL,

I will check out some of my local paver and tile stores and see what I come up with. I will refrain from the cell phone pics
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Any local brick and or Hardscape dealer should be able to help you.
Looks close to what you have.
https://www.belgard.com/products/per...ers/eco-dublin
Yes, the one looks very close to what we have. I think I can use those and substitute!

Thanks so much!
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