Cost of Paver Installation

A house has about 1200 sq ft of walkways and patios that consist of brick or slate on sand. They all need to be ripped up, hauled away and be replaced with pavers. From what I have seen, pavers will cost $3 to $4 sq ft. Assuming $4000 - $6000 in materials (very roughly), what might a paver contractor charge to do the entire job of design, removal and installation of new pavers. Assume NJ or PA.
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njoracle wrote:

Wish I lived closer...I'd take what you are throwing away in a heartbeat.
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DA had written this in response to http://www.thestuccocompany.com/maintenance/Cost-of-Paver-Installation-230749-.htm : joracle wrote:

A year ago in PA I paid $3,500 for installing new paver walkway and patio (about 250 sq. ft total), pavers included. Little landscaping (and a tree :-) ) was included, too, so I think I paid about $11 ~ $12/sq. ft for labor and materials on the walkway and patio themselves. The contractor had to haul away old wooden patio planks which was also included but it was minor compared to your old material removal.
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