# How many blocks are in a block paving pack?

**paving block**perfect for general

**paving**applications and patios. Size: 200 x 100 x 50mm.

**Blocks**per

**pack**: 396.

**Blocks**per m2: 50.

In respect to this, how do you calculate blocks of pavers?

To determine **number** of **pavers** per square foot, multiply the length by the width. In a 4-by-8-inch **paver**, you have 32 square inches. Divide 144 -- the **number** of square inches in a square foot, which you determine by multiplying 12 inches by 12 inches -- by the **number** of square inches in the **paver**.

Also Know, is block paving cheaper than slabs? Standard concrete **slabs** are generally lower in cost per square foot **than** the alternative. Typically, you will pay 10%-15% more if you choose **paving** stones over standard concrete **slabs**. If you decide to upgrade to stamped concrete, **paving** stones will most likely cost you the same or even less in most cases.

In this way, how much are block paving blocks?

**Block paving** cost per m2 According to our research, on average your should expect to pay between £75- £100 per square metre for typical CBP (Clay **Block Paving**) construction work. The labour work alone costs from £35- £45 per square metre.

How many patio blocks do I need?

Multiply the number of pavers needed to cover one square foot of **patio** by the number of square feet of the **patio**. In this example, 5.14 pavers are required per square foot for a **patio** that is 375 square feet. 5.14 times 375 equals just over 1,927 **brick** pavers required to complete the **patio**.