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Video: Building a Paver Walkway (Part 3)

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Here is the final video in our series on how to install your own paver walkway, featuring Dustin Carrier from Carrier Lawn and Landscape in Lewiston, Maine.

If you missed parts one and two of this series, you can see them here and here.

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