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Santa Barbara 2.75 Sq. ft. Natural Slate Meshed Flagstone Paver Tile (48 Pieces / 132 Sq. ft. / Pallet)

$426.00 /pallet

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Model # LHDCGMESHRANDOM

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M S International Santa Barbara Gold Meshed Natural Stone Flagstone is the perfect choice from large to small applications for patios, walkways and vertical applications. The versatility of flagstone enables design freedom from dramatic geometric effects to natural color effects. With selected pieces of slate adhered to mesh matting, this product is designed for easier random installation. Natural stone products inherently lack uniformity and are subject to variation in color, shade, finish, etc. It is recommended to blend tiles from different boxes when installing. Natural stones may be characterized by dry seams and pits that are often filled. The filling can work its way out and it may be necessary to refill these voids as part of a normal maintenance procedure. All natural stone products should be sealed with a penetrating sealer. After installation, vendor disclaims any liabilities. Size and weight are approximate.

  • 132 square feet, 48 pieces per pallet, pallet weight is 672 lb.
  • Grade 1, first-quality natural slate pavers
  • 18 in. width x 24 in. length x 1/2 in. thick approximately
  • Natural finish with a low sheen and random variation in tone
  • Must be installed on a concrete base with thin-set and it can be used on driveways
  • Vitreous flooring has water absorption of more than 0.5% but less than 3% for indoor use and some outdoor applications and is frost resistant
  • C.O.F. 80 and above is recommended for commercial applications to meet or exceed ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) guidelines, highly skid resistant, indoor and outdoor use
  • Completely frost resistant for indoor or outdoor applications; use a latex-modified thinset for acceptable bond strength
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Learn how to get a lifetime warranty by using custom building products from the home depot. Visit www.homedepot.com/CBP
  • Don’t forget your coordinating trim pieces, grout, backerboard, thinset, and installation tools
  • All online orders for this item ship via common carrier or parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns
  • Greenguard indoor air quality certified and greenguard children & schools certified product
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
22 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
18 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
22 
Product Height (in.) 
0.5 
Product Width (in.) 
18 
Width 
18 in 
Details
Base Required 
Yes 
Color Family 
Multi-Colored 
Color/Finish 
Multi Color 
Concrete Type 
Not Concrete 
Landscape Supply Type 
Paver 
Material 
Natural Stone 
Packaging Type 
Pallet 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Shape 
Novelty/Specialty 
Square Feet per Piece 
2.75 
Textured 
Yes 
Vehicular Traffic Rated 
No 

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Landscape Supply Type: Paver
Material: Natural Stone
Color Family: Multi-Colored
Shape: Novelty/Specialty
Packaging Type: Pallet
Square Feet per Piece: 2 - 4
Price: $400 - $500
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Santa Barbara 2.75 Sq. ft. Natural Slate Meshed Flagstone Paver Tile (48 Pieces / 132 Sq. ft. / Pallet)
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Can this product be used to surface a smooth, concrete retaining wall around a pool?

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June 25, 2013
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September 21, 2015
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Thank you for your question. In general 2.75 sq. ft. Santa Barbara Gold Meshed Natural Stone Slate Flagstone can be installed around the pool. However it is recommended that a professional installer/designer be consulted to determine the Suitability/maintainability/installation for a particular project.
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August 20, 2014
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These thickness of the stones varies widely .... if you want a "smooth" end surface then no you can't use this product.
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yes
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June 13, 2014
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Yes, but you will get a rough surface and it will be very time consuming.
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yes, used on my wall on patio
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June 26, 2013
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Thank you for your question. In general 2.75 sq. ft. Santa Barbara Gold Meshed Natural Stone Slate Flagstone can be installed out side of the pool, however slate tile is not recommended for the freezing climate.It is recommended that a professional installer/designer be consulted to determine the Suitability/maintainability/installation for a particular project.
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I want to purchase individually?

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One other person asked if these tiles can be purchased individually you said yes follow the link? I see no link provided in your previous answer. Do I need to go to the local HD and purchase there?
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I was so happy when I found a Home Depot that was able to special order some for me. I went to the store in the special order section and ordered a few pieces it took 2 hrs. to get the order completed but a 2 hrs well spent. The lady who worked on my order was very patient she called nearly 5 different phone numbers and was able to complete the order. I received my order in about one week and was very Read More
I was so happy when I found a Home Depot that was able to special order some for me. I went to the store in the special order section and ordered a few pieces it took 2 hrs. to get the order completed but a 2 hrs well spent. The lady who worked on my order was very patient she called nearly 5 different phone numbers and was able to complete the order. I received my order in about one week and was very satisfied I was able to buy a few pieces. Read Less
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When I purchased these stones originally they were sold by pieces at my local Home Depot, now I need to buy a few pieces to fix a lousy job that was done (not related to the stone, they are great material) Home Depot no longer sell them by pieces and I am so disappointed I do not need the whole pallet they don't even take orders for what you need. I also did not see any link to try order individual Read More
When I purchased these stones originally they were sold by pieces at my local Home Depot, now I need to buy a few pieces to fix a lousy job that was done (not related to the stone, they are great material) Home Depot no longer sell them by pieces and I am so disappointed I do not need the whole pallet they don't even take orders for what you need. I also did not see any link to try order individual pieces. MSI this is for you : how does one order individual pieces? Read Less
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July 15, 2014
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You can buy them by the pallet or as single units. A single unit has six tiles joined together with a plastic mat.
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That's exactly what I did, go 5 to 10 at a time They are on the pricey end, but well worth the cost and very nice look.
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Thank you for your question. The Santa Barbara 2.75 Sq. ft. Natural Slate Meshed Flagstone Paver Tile is sold in a pallet of 48 PC's.....
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Cement direct to concrete patio or use a membrane in Florida

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I have an outdoor concrete patio and covering it will slate would look awesome. I had a few installers look at the job and one commented that the slate MUST be installed over a membrane or it will crack due to the difference in thermal expansion when it rains. He said the slate could be 100 degrees in the summer and the temp could drop 20 degrees in a few seconds when we get a summer rain. He said the problem is that the concrete slab will remain hot and the slate will crack due to the difference in thermal expansion. My deck is 20 x 18 and also has a few cracks.

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answered previously and included pictures
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I installed this product over a 1/2 thick masonry grout bed on top of an old cracked concrete patio. I have had no issues with cracking and I did not use any membrane. I live in Texas where it is hotter n hades and have had many cold rain storms dumped on the hot slate patio with no cracking noted.
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I'm no pro, but since big orange asked me to answer I will. I live in Florida where the sun sizzles and we get thunder storms like every day in the summer. Twenty degree temperature drops within minutes are not unusual (once in a while we even get hail). I've got over 300 sq feet of the flagstone installed -- mortar directly under and between the stones (did not use grout), installed over 4" concrete Read More
I'm no pro, but since big orange asked me to answer I will. I live in Florida where the sun sizzles and we get thunder storms like every day in the summer. Twenty degree temperature drops within minutes are not unusual (once in a while we even get hail). I've got over 300 sq feet of the flagstone installed -- mortar directly under and between the stones (did not use grout), installed over 4" concrete slabs. I find no evidence of cracked stones or loosened mortar. Then again, my installation was completed just a few weeks ago ... maybe thermal expansion effects take years to be noticeable. If so, me no worry ... I'll just slosh on some fresh mortar. Read Less
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Thank you for your question. It is recommended that a professional installer/designer be consulted for determining the suitability, maintainability and installation of the item for a particular installation.
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Are you saying that 48 pieces of stone constitute a case; 48 pieces of stone cost more than $400.00? That's almost $10 / stone.

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The confusion is the definition of a "piece". It really means a mat of six stones. So one pallet is 48 x 6 = 288 stones.
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Each piece is a matted unit with 6 pieces of slate on the mat. 48 units x 6 pieces = 288 pieces of slate which equals out to about $1.40 per stone or $8.33 per matted unit.
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June 13, 2014
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48 'mats' are in a case. Each mat has six stones.
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Thank you for your question. The 2.75 sq. ft. Santa Barbara Gold Meshed Natural Stone Slate Flagstone comes in a pallet of 48 pieces which covers approximately 132 Sqft and the cost per pallet is $429. Please contact Home Depot customer service for further assistance.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Results Very few broken pieces. Pretty easy to work with on mesh. Nice color variation. Easy to cut. Will tell in time on durability. Installed on raised patio and . sides. Very pleased with finished results. Stone thickness varies greatly from piece to piece was the major negative. June 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Value for money OK but very uneven quality Some tiles are very thin and some are thicker so remember to use a thick layer of thin set .. May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Flagstone The stones are very pretty . I love all the colors. I hate that they have a bunch broken pieces and the only way you can buy them is by the pallet. We used them for our fire place wall and floor. April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by beautiful product It was not purchased for it's intended use, but we found it easier to use off of the mesh due to the glue to hold it in place making the product unlovely, and unstable. After we figured that out it went smoothly and was beautiful April 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New look for brick wall with Natural Slate Meshed Flagstone Paver Tile We needed something to put sticks in to burn in our stick burning stove so Joe stacked cement block at the back of our Desert Garden. The blocks didn't fit in with the garden so Joe found the Santa Barbara National Slate Tiles at Home Depot. He used Versabond to cement it to the blocks. It has been 3 weeks now and we love the look. August 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 4-Star Twinkies The Good The stones are beautiful. The completed flagstone project easily added thousands to my home value (3 pallets cost me about $1400). Look at the fantastic kaleidoscope of stones colors in the pics! The beauty of the finished work is the reason for my 4-star rating. Call me crazy, but I only deduct one star because of all the bad/ugly stuff below. The Bad Cutting stones and mixing mortar is a dusty and dirty job! Quite annoying too how each "mat" of stones is wrapped like a Twinkie in plastic. You'd think the Twinkied stones would be dust-free and ready to be mortared ... but no, that would be too easy! Yes, you still gotta wash the stones to get all that dust off. The mats are fairly award to handle too (each has 6 stones). And oh yeah, having to take time off my day job to hang around for hours waiting for my 3 crates of stones was no joy either .... The Ugly As a previous reviewer carefully detailed, it does indeed take "forever" to install these mats. Hear this: even after lots of practice, I averaged only about 10 square feet per hour. See the step-by-step process below to understand why so slow. Also mentioned by previous reviewers, many stones fall off the mats (glued doesn't hold well), and the thickness of the stones vary widely. The Broken Other reviewers have complained about broken stones. I was not pleased either to find about 10% were broken in my first crate (far fewer were broken in the other crates). But after becoming an expert in this dirty job, I now realize 10% broken stones is no big deal since you wind up cutting many stones anyway for border areas. The Pattern Wasn't real obvious to me: the mats can be laid side-by-side in an offset pattern. In the diagram below each mat has six stones, numbered 1 thru 6. Each of the six stones in a mat has a very different shape. But when laid out in the pattern below you'll have a continuous pattern and no need to cut stones in open areas. _____1__________1__________1__________1_____ 2__3___4__52__3___4__52__3___4__52__3___4__5 _____6__________6__________6__________6_____ 1__________1__________1__________1__________1 _____2__3___4__52__3___4__52__3___4__52__3__ 6__________6__________6__________6__________6 Step-by-Step Two-hour Plan for Ten-Square-Feet Wash your concrete base foundation (concrete an absolute must since stones are somewhat fragile sedimentary rock). Unwrap your Twinkie mats and wash to get the dust off. Before mixing mortar, layout your mats per the above pattern. Use an angle grinder with a diamond disc to cut stones for along wall/borders. Now pick up all the mats and the cut stones and set to the side (need to make room for the mortar). Take a break. Catch your breath. Make sure your stomach is full and your bladder is empty before proceeding to the next steps. If you're working solo (like crazy me was), mix 30 lbs of mortar at a time (half a bag). Slosh down your mortar with a 1/2" notched trowel all over you work area. Lay down your mats and cut stones as already planned above (no time to think/plan now ... that mortar is starting to harden) Wiggle all the mats and cut stones are into the mortar. Use a 6" putty knife to press mortar between all the stones (skip this if you want to extend the agony by using grout instead). Start washing the excess mortar off your rocks. Use a big sponge and a 5-gallon bucket of water; surprisingly, doesn’t seem to matter how dirty the wash water gets since the mortar tends to sink to the bottom of the bucket! Now go reward yourself with a beer. You'll be drunk and exhausted but you can repeat the above steps for up to 4 beers a day! August 20, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great appearance Purchased to cover a concrete step to match exterior wall. Matched perfectly and looks great. Because of the small area I had I would have preferred individual stones. Had to tear stones from mesh to fill in. The glue that holds on the mesh is thick requiring a fairly thick coat of mortar. Did approximately 70 square feet. All complete in about 12 hours of labor. Suggest sealing stone prior to grouting... Makes clean up easier. Also the use of a grout bag works well October 15, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great looking tile Not many were broken in shipping. Looks really nice with a grey grout. Adhered well to concrete steps and porch. Not too slick in rain. Love the look! Be sure to seal well before grouting as they are pretty permeable. September 11, 2013
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