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Emsco Natural Style 16 in. x 20 in. Resin Natural Granite Pattern Paver Stones, Plastic and Lightweight (8-Case)-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Emsco

Natural Style 16 in. x 20 in. Resin Natural Granite Pattern Paver Stones, Plastic and Lightweight (8-Case)-DISCONTINUED

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These Emsco Natural Style 16 in. x 20 in. Resin Natural Granite Paver Stones (8-Pack) look like they're from the quarry, but they offer the convenience of heavy-duty plastic. Each lightweight paver has teeth on the bottom for easy, secure installation. The irregular shape also looks natural, yet allows for interlocking. Use these pavers for walkways, patios and more.

  • High-density plastic resin resists cracking and breaking and will not rust
  • Natural Granite color and texture enhance any landscape
  • Interlocking design to make a solid path or walkway or use individually for a stepping stone walkway
  • Withstands weather conditions
  • Lightweight to easily lift into place and install
  • Toothed construction enables you to tap them into most ground surfaces or simply walk on them to secure
  • Best results when installed on level ground and after cropped mowing if used on a grassy area
  • Size and weight are approximate



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Natural Style 16 in. x 20 in. Resin Natural Granite Pattern Paver Stones, Plastic and Lightweight (8-Case)-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from EXPENSIVE TRASH! DONT waste your money. I have had to pull these up 3 times. I tried loose soil, I tried loose sand, I packed the soil, sand down, I stomped them down, I rubber hammered ithem down. You name it I tried it. The look is nice at first...just done try and step on them. They give in the center then the corners pop up and are very noisy to walk on. They eventually just all pop up and are all uneven. NOTHING I tried worked. Lots of money and days and days of work wasted. Now I have to buy regualar pavers and MORE sand to fix the mess! I read all the reviews I could find online before buying...they said easy...yea, if you dont care how they look.
Date published: 2010-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installation We were laying sod and intially put the pavers on top of the new sod. Because they were then unstable and because my goal was to have the grass grow such that I could mow over them, I got a turf knife, cut the grass around them, stepped on them to drive them into the soil, used some river pebbles here and there underneath to level them and they are just perfect. I used them to make an eight step curving path between patio and deck and ran Malibu lights alternately along side them. Results are fantastic and I wish posting a photo was an option here.
Date published: 2009-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They were perfect! I got these paver stones for a little patio that is off our master bath. once I figured out how they fit together, they look perfect. They come with a picture, I just had to take the time to look at it! They are very tough, even though very lightweight, easily moved, some of the little spikes broke off (about 3 in the six boxes I ordered) so I had to be more careful with the rest. Overall great quality and conveince, and they look great!
Date published: 2010-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Resin Plastic is a real alternative around landscape On a recent landscape rejuvenation project, I opted for resin plastic for edging and pavers as economic substitutes to clay brick and stone pavers. I'm an avid DIYer and now choose resin plastic materials eliminating the need to hire my jobs out simply because the materials would be too heavy to work with. This is new technology so you need to think out of the box a little. These pavers are solid grey color - good 3D texture - but really fake looking so I used Rustoleum Painters Touch 2X spray paint - satin nutmeg and satin granite spraying only to add a hint of color randomly to all stones lightly brushing as I lightly sprayed. I couldn't get over how real the pavers began to look. The paint seems bonded well and I would expect it to hold up over time. The pavers were installed under an arbor as an informal side path from drive to front entry. When installing it's important to remove sod/turf, use a shovel or trowel to break up the ground, rake in sand, level, position paver and tap down. I also used soil/sand mix along with pea rock to set around the outside of each paver to help stabilize. I found this method allows you to seat the paver solid into the soil for a firm "feel" when walking over. I also mixed a few real stones to add to realism. So far two friends complimented me on the "stones" - I don't believe they realize they are plastic. I'm please with my outcome.
Date published: 2013-08-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interlocking pavers These pavers look very natural. The length of the prongs & density of the ground could be a problem. An overview of how to install would be beneficial on this page.
Date published: 2009-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this was the perfect choice! We were not willing to permanatly commit to the patio area under the gazebo at this time so this was the perfect thing for us. when using a little sand to level it so water will drain makes it so no one will know that you did not dig a hole. now this area could be taken up easily as it was to put down.
Date published: 2011-07-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too lightweight Stepping stones are so light weight that it is hard to anchor them into the ground. Not good for walking on, but decided to keep them to LOOK like REAL stepping stones in a garden where we do not often walk. Bought another product made of real stone to actually serve as walkway around pool.
Date published: 2013-09-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to handle and look very nice. Product came very quickly. Iwas able to handle them as they were quite light. They were very easy to install and look great. I put them in a path my dog had worn down and he is quite content to run on them. Great product.
Date published: 2012-06-12
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