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About Fendt Products

Spanning three generations of family ownership, Fendt Builder’s Supply, Inc. has seen many changes in its more than 90-year history. What started as a gravel operation on Gill Road in Farmington in 1924 has now developed into a full-service masonry supplier and concrete products manufacturer.

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Although the business has grown and changed over the years, the commitment to quality products and service, honesty, integrity, hard work and perseverance remains the same. As a third-generation president, Alan Fendt believes that if you provide quality products and quality service, there will always be customers willing to do business with you.


Serving customers proudly for nearly a century, Fendt offers concrete pavers, Keystone blocks and supply items to landscape contractors, homeowners and a network of distributors throughout Michigan and northern Ohio. The company is a member of the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Ann Arbor (BRAG - Ann Arbor) and belongs to many contractor and manufacturing associations.

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Popular Paver Colors

Fendt offers two premium color lines, namely Spectrum Colors and Elite Colors. The Spectrum Colors offer deeper and richer color tones which take standard paver colors to a higher level. The Elite Colors offer the latest color possibilities when premium colors are combined with premium cements.

WHEN SELECTING COLOR: The color samples depicted are only a guide to assist in color selection and should not be used to select final color. Actual colors of pavers and walls may vary due to the nature of the raw materials used in processing and the variation of reproduction and printing processes. Final color selection should be made from actual paver and wall products. When installing pavers, use several cubes simultaneously for proper color blending.

Popular Patterns


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Sidewalk Pattern #1

8.48 sqft
18 S 33%
24 LR 67%
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Sidewalk Pattern #2

8.48 sqft
2 S 4%
14 XLR 53%
6 LS 43%
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Sidewalk Pattern #3

8.48 sqft
2 S 4%
6 LR 17%
9 XLR 33%
3 DLR 17%
4 LS 29%
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Sidewalk Pattern #4

8.48 sqft
2 S 4%
6 LR 17%
4 XLR 15%
5 DLR 28%
5 LS 37%
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Runner Bond Pattern

A traditional pattern that, when used for vehicular traffic, should have traffic crossing the stones' length at right angles.

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Parquet Pattern

A pattern with unlimited variations.

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Herringbone Pattern

90°

Form the greatest interlock, since the longest continuous joint is only 1-1/2" stones.

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Herringbone Pattern

45°

Form the greatest interlock, since the longest continuous joint is only 1-1/2" stones.

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