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    Ezekieljm
    Rebuilding Garden Wall quotes on cost of bricks
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    • 26th Mar 12, 10:40 AM
    Rebuilding Garden Wall quotes on cost of bricks 26th Mar 12 at 10:40 AM
    Morning,

    So I am going to try and get my garden wall rebuilt and I have had quite a few quotes however nearly all the labour seems to be the same so I am presuming that is the going rate. The one rate that does seem to vastly change is the cost of the bricks. The wall is just a plain standard wall with pillars nothing leaning or supporting on it and its not holding back anything just a simple divide between me and the neighbors.

    The Garden wall is 180 cm high and straight and they reckon about 4000 bricks (most of the quotes agree).

    My question is this how much does 1000 bricks of cost for a typical garden wall. I have had quotes for the bricks from 250 per 1000 to 550 per 1000 and would like some advice as I cannot see any reason why for a red brick short wall it should differ so much in price. (I have had 6 quotes in total and 2 are the 300 ish +/- 50 mark 2 for 400 ish +/-50 and two around 500 per 1000 bricks.

    Thanks again

    Ezekiel
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