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Model 71200

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12 in. x 12 in. Pewter Concrete Step Stone

$1.55 /each
Color/Finish: Grey
  • Antique Terra Cotta
  • Brown
  • Grey
  • Red
  • Red Brickface
  • Red Charcoal
  • Tan
  • Terra Cotta

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The 12 in. square patio stone is an easy landscape addition to a patio or pathway. It is also great for step stones in a garden or for a walkway. Outdoor patios combine the best of interior comforts with Mother Nature's loveliness. Families can relax, play, dine, and entertain while experiencing what has always made patios popular: being outside. Your property can be transformed into an outdoor living room with a little imagination.

  • Drycast concrete construction for durability
  • Patio stones are easy to install and can also be used for walkways, paths and pool decks
  • Size and weight are approximate
  • Color in concrete products may vary from pallet to pallet, please purchase your projects all at one time
  • Note: product may vary by store

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how much does it weigh?

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July 16, 2015
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17.5 lbs per stone
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Eastern PA
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May 21, 2015
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I just received 4 pallets, took one off to weigh and measure.
The sample I picked weighed 17.8 Lbs. and measures 11-7/8" x 11-7/8" x 1-9/16"
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March 12, 2015
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According to the shelf label at my local Home Depot store these paver's weigh 20 lbs each. Judging by how they feel when lifting and carrying one of these a little distance I would say that weight is pretty accurate.
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July 14, 2014
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not sure of exact weight. I can carry two at a time. they aren't light - but easily manageable.
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Many thanks for the help!!
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July 6, 2014
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I would estimate it weighs about 12 lbs. I moved 500 of them 3 times so I have a pretty good feel for the weight.
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July 4, 2014
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they great product and durable but they weight about 15lbs the specs state 17lbs every piece of 12x12 i use a dolly to transport in my yard once i got them off my truck...good luck with ur project
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I want the 12in x 12 brink pavers my eare is 16x16 how many pavers would I need

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This is a simple multiplication word problem. The kind your 5th or 6th grade teacher probably tried to show you. A foot is 12 inches. A square foot is 12 squared (12x12 = 144 sq. inches) .So each of these is 1 square foot. (The red ones are 11 and 7/8 inch on each side. For that, you'll need to multiply together mixed numbers.)
To find the number of square feet of each paver,if it is rectangular or 4
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This is a simple multiplication word problem. The kind your 5th or 6th grade teacher probably tried to show you. A foot is 12 inches. A square foot is 12 squared (12x12 = 144 sq. inches) .So each of these is 1 square foot. (The red ones are 11 and 7/8 inch on each side. For that, you'll need to multiply together mixed numbers.)
To find the number of square feet of each paver,if it is rectangular or 4 sided, Multiply the length in inches times the width in inches, then divide that by 144
You even have the problem written out correctly as 16x16.(If you mean 16 feet by 16 feet) 16 times 16 equals 256 square feet.
Take the number of square feet of your area to be covered, divide it by the number of square feet for each step stone (this problem happens to be 1 square foot each), and that is the number of pavers you will need to cover your 16 by 16 foot area. 256 pavers.
They also sell Patio-on-a-pallet here and it is like 120 inches by 156 inches, or something like that. multiply the inches together for a big number of total square inches, divide that by 144 square inches, and that is the square feet your "pallet" will cover.
Have fun :-)
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July 31, 2015
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256 stones.
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16 times 16 is 256, So 256 Pavers. And some sand...
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16 feet x 16 feet equals 256 square feet, so you will need 256 step stones.
16 inches x 16 inches is a whole different story, you will need only 2 step stones.
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May 20, 2015
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For an area that is 16 feet x 16 feet you would need 256 pavers.
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Does the store have the availability to cut the stone and will they do so?

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December 9, 2015
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Lame answers to this are posted...here is the real deal.
Buy a $48 Ryobi 7.25" circular saw with laser and a $15 diamond blade. It will cut the concrete paver easier then wood. So why the Ryobi and why the laser? It's going to create a lot of abrasive dust not good for the tools so you want something cheap and not expensive. Personally I really like my Ryobi circular saw. I would not call cheap... I Read More
Lame answers to this are posted...here is the real deal.
Buy a $48 Ryobi 7.25" circular saw with laser and a $15 diamond blade. It will cut the concrete paver easier then wood. So why the Ryobi and why the laser? It's going to create a lot of abrasive dust not good for the tools so you want something cheap and not expensive. Personally I really like my Ryobi circular saw. I would not call cheap... I would call inexpensive. The laser is the best thing since sliced bread!!! Put a pencil line on the paper you want to cut line the laser up on the line and free hand cut it super easy and the nice thing is once you cant see the pencil line anymore just look 5 feet ahead where the laser hits the ground or a wall and keep going straight. Cuts like butter but will create a lot of dust. Read Less
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July 31, 2015
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No, they will not cut the stone for you. Check with your local Home Depot and see if they have a rental center. If so, they offer a Paver Saw. Please see link below.
http://www6.homedepot.com/tool-truck-rental/Paver_Saw/MK-1080R/index.html
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Home Depot doesn't cut pavers. You need to check with a cement cutter or possibly you can rent the proper tool necessary to cut them yourself.
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No! Most suppliers do not keep equipment readily available for such work. You will need specially designed tools to cut the stone yourself. Remember to wear protective gear and use all tools according to the manufacturers specifications.
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I do not believe the store can or will cut these, however if you go to customer service center & have them look up some of the stone contractors in the area they will be able to point you in the right direction.
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delivery to Dallas, Ga

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If I order 480 can they be delivered .?
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July 31, 2015
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Please contact your local Home Depot for availability and the contractor desk can get you set up for home delivery.
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I am more than sure homedepot can deliver this item, but you would have to contact your local homedepot to verify the delivery cost to your home or business.
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Of Course, they can be delivered!
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Yes they can. They can be delivered to the store for pickup or to you for a small delivery charge. You would need to go into the store to customer service to verify delivery charges.
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Not sure why they asked me to reply to this since they make that decision. My experience was they do not deliver these as they were an in store product.
I live 1/2 mile from store so not sure I would've paid for it.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good step stones Was not sure when i bought them. But it worked out very well. July 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The service was good. I was disappointed with the quality, They easily broke. The corners would brake off our they would just brake in half. I lost about 20 bricks. August 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Heck of a Deal ! ! I'm redoing my sidewalk and was just waiting for these paver stones to go on sale! The overall quality seems to be very good as it was for previous purchases for two patio areas. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for the job I used these to redo my retaining wall and they fit perfectly over the existing wall. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Strong and heavy The first thing to do is buy gloves so you don't rip your hands up. The product weighs about 20lb and is solid. Check that the pavers are not chipped before purchasing them. I actually mixed a few different rustic pavers in with them to make it more interesting. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice and Easy for Granny Did this little patio for my Grand daughter Sand box she loves it! July 29, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 12 x 12 pavers Although the product description clearly states that these are 12"x 12", they are actually 11 ⅝" x 11 ⅝". Since I had already built my frame based on the 12 x 12 size, I had to put a filler strip in the center in both directions. Also, these are fragile at installation, and several broke just being hit by a rubber leveling mallet. April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Do It Myself Patio These blocks were not difficult to work with and are of good quality. I purchased them on sale. If I remember correctly, I ordered about 145 of the pewter color and about 25 of the red ones for accent. I laid as many as I could and then my husband used his stone cutting saw to fit the last row of them. I will probably sweep sand over them to fill in the cracks and try to put a sealer on them before winter. For now though, these blocks have turned my patio, which was previously a discolored piece of concrete, into a patio I am very pleased with. For less than $200! June 12, 2014
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