Model # 53369

Internet #204202138

Pavestone RumbleStone 84 in. x 38.5 in. x 94.5 in. Outdoor Stone Fireplace in Cafe


RumbleStone 84 in. x 38.5 in. x 94.5 in. Outdoor Stone Fireplace in Cafe

  • A tumbling process creates the look of weathered cut stone
  • Layer-by-layer, no-cut instructions make assembly fast and easy
  • Mortarless construction using heavy-duty construction adhesive
$278556 /pallet(lift)
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Product Overview

Delivering the perfect solution to make the most out of your outdoor living space, Pavestone's Outdoor Fireplace Kit includes everything you need for constructing the RumbleStone outdoor Fireplace. The kit includes one firebox, a custom-fit 21 in. log grate designed to burn wood logs, one 14 in. chimney, 24 tubes of polyurethane adhesive, as well as, five pallets of coordinating RumbleStone blocks to build the RumbleStone surround. Safety and durability are maintained using fully welded steel that is dipped in high heat resistant paint that also keeps it looking great for years to come.

  • Professional installation recommended
  • Insert kit includes firebox, 14 in. galvanized chimney custom-fit log grate, 21 in. W x 12 in. D 24 tubes, 10.1 fl. oz. each, polyurethane adhesive
  • Surround kit includes 2 pallets of large RumbleStone blocks, 2 pallets of medium RumbleStone blocks, and 1 pallet of mini RumbleStone pavers
  • Detailed instructions available at
  • Iron oxide pigments won't fade with extended UV exposure

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Assembled Depth (in.)
38.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
94.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
84 in


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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this be installed on existing paver patio or should i remove a section of pavers and pour concrete slab.

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: Mike
Definitely a concrete slab.
Answered by: Deb
Date published: 2017-04-03

Cheaper to buy components seperatly?

I priced everything out and it seems to be much cheaper to buy the 5 pallets of different sized blocks and the fireplace/flu kit then it is to buy the entire kit. Am I overlooking something?
Asked by: JL
We did it this way, and it was a little cheaper by about 2,ooo. But you will have to read and count all the bricks before ordering, and they are varying sizes. Figure in the concrete glue, and the insert and flute. Concrete slab is not included in the price. But once it is done, it is absolutely gorgeous! We sold our home where we built this, and now I want another one for our current home.
Answered by: Deb
Date published: 2017-04-03

Does this unit come with the insert and flute?

Asked by: Beng
Answered by: Ravyen
Date published: 2017-05-22

Does one pallet build the entire fireplace? Since the price is per pallet.

Asked by: Michele
We actually had 6 or 7 pallets of brick and 1 pallet for the insert.
Answered by: Deb
Date published: 2017-04-03
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Customer Reviews

RumbleStone 84 in. x 38.5 in. x 94.5 in. Outdoor Stone Fireplace in Cafe is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Went together well, keep some mortar mix handy for leveling.... Went together well, keep some mortar mix handy for leveling. Use the leve to keep the sides gong up straight, they tend to splay out. Ours turned out great and I am not a stone mason
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not perfect First problem there is not enough caulk for the entire project. Second complaint goes with the mini blocks. They are not true to their size as 4 mini blocks should be the exact same size as a 7x7 square block but it's off by about a quarter inch. This may not seem like a lot but with all the layers it creates gaps and crooked blocks. This creates uneven layers and tilted blocks. Yes you could go ahead and grind an entire level or use mortar but that takes away from the aesthetics. Rumblestone needs to fix this size issue and their molds!!!! My suggestion would be to replace the stacks of 4 minis for a square 7x7'll still look good but will be more balanced and less gaps would occur. I had to use mortar and am very displeased at how it looks with it. It's not as perfect as I'd like and it eats at me every time I see it. If it weren't for this fact I'd absolutely love the fireplace
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pavestone fireplace The kit came on 6 palets and weighed 10,200 pounds. It came with everything you need to complete the job. I had to download the assembly directions online. Everything was delivered very quickly. They qouted 3 weeks, but it was there in 1.5 weeks. Assembly is time consuming but very easy.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I ordered my fireplace kit and only 4 days later a semi truck backed into my driveway and deposi... I ordered my fireplace kit and only 4 days later a semi truck backed into my driveway and deposited 5 pallets of stone, the fire box and chimney, the log grate, and 24 tubes of heavy duty construction cement! This is NOT a do it yourself project! Professional installation is really required! First of all, it's so heavy that you need to dig a 5 foot hole with a small backhoe and pour a concrete footer! Then you have to build a cement block wall to the exact footprint of the fireplace. then pea gravel is filled in the center of the wall and the outside of the wall and tamped down. On top of that, a form of wood is built, and a pad of cement is poured. It took a team of 4 stone masons 2 days to dig and get to the pad stage. Then 2 days to lay the stone, insert the firebox and chimney, the surround the firebox and chimney with the stone. So it took 4 stonemasons 4 days to actually complete the fireplace. There was a LOT of dirt to remove and haul away, but the nice part was the masons did not have to mix mortar and chip and shape stone so it was a MUCH cleaner job! I LOVE the results, but the professional installation was NOT cheap!
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I waited for this fireplace to go on sale for almost three years, and it was well worth the wait.... I waited for this fireplace to go on sale for almost three years, and it was well worth the wait. The most stressful part of this project was the delivery. We live in the country, on a dirt road, and this was delivered in a semi truck, hence the $55.00 dollar shipping (down from the original $1000). The truck driver was great and did his best, but our driveway was too narrow for the truck, so all of it was left at the bottom of our driveway. Six pallets, five of which are filled with bricks. Lucky for us we had a tractor to move the pallets, but if we hadn't, we would have had to move them all by hand. It still would have been worth it. Not a single brick was broken and no parts were missing. All but one tube of adhesive were easily workable, and we had plenty to finish the job. We ordered concrete for the slab, a must, since this fireplace is extremely heavy and added footers. The actual building of the fireplace took my husband and I almost 20 hrs over three days time, which included drying time of adhesive. We used mortar to level the bricks. Every layer of bricks was leveled accordingly. Not all layers needed mortar. We did find it was easier to insert the fire box before bricking up the sides. The pictures did not show this. I would suggest not only a level, but a measuring tape as well, so you can make certain your sides are the same height as you progress. Instructional diagrams were easy to follow. We are avid DIY'ers and had no issues with installation. The bottom layer of bricks around the fireplace was an extra purchase, because I did not like the concrete showing. (The sides of the concrete will soon be hidden by patio stones.) My husband built a chimney cap from expanded metal and he added a short screen on the front of the firebox to contain settling logs and embers. I am extremely pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thrilled with the fireplace My spouse and I took this on as a summer project. Definitely not professionals in any way shape or form. We are empty nesters who enjoy a DIY project. We have had very limited experience with masonry of any kind. Started with an abandoned dog kennel that was 20+ years old and added the fireplace to complete the outdoor area. It took 46 hours and we took others recommendation and poured a concrete pad to start the project. Several things we learned: very good pair of glove, good chisel, it took us 160#'s of mortar and 10#'s of sand. The Quikrete Adhesive is hydrophobic and difficult if it is old. We took some tubes back and exchanged for newer tubes and there was quite a difference with the ease of application. Keep the blocks and the fireplace dry under construction (the adhesive just balls up if it is wet). When assembling the stacks of 4 bricks - preassemble/glue them. Had no problem cutting the bricks - just drilled them first and then cleaved them with a chisel. We added a fireplace cap by mortaring it to the top blocks. Really pleased.
Date published: 2014-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this fireplace! I ordered the fireplace kit on-line and had it delivered to our local store. I ordered the stone and concrete from our local store. They delivered everything to my house for just 79 dollars. Much cheaper than the $945 shipping if I had ordered everything on-line. The only problem I had was that the glue supplied with the fireplace kit was old and was impossible to squeeze out of the tubes. Our local HD doesn't stock the Quikrete adhesive but they traded it out for SikaBond construction adhesive. That stuff is great, easy to work with and super strong bond. I was going to place the fireplace on an existing concrete slab but it was not very level and had a 1/2 inch dip in the middle. I did myself a favor and poured an additional 31/2 pad over the existing slab making sure it was dead flat and level. I followed the instructions and everything went together great. I did have to grind a little here and there between layers but nothing extreme, maybe one hour total time. We completed the entire in three days. Check out the pictures, I thing they speak for themselves.
Date published: 2014-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Outdoor Fireplace The fireplace kit has al the parts and in good condition. Takes about 2.5 days (need time for adhesive to set between layers of blocks (about 45 - 60 min depending on weather). Instructions are not very good. Images only no instructions as to how much adhesive, critical steps, recommendations, etc. just images to show how to stack layers. The statement recommend professional installation is their out. It can be done by a DIY just take your time have some help and yes a strong back. Again great product (you will need to wedge blocks to keep the overall project level. Would recomend a piece of 3 in x 4 foot flat iron to support blocks over fireplace insert. Also fireplace mortar calk to seal chimney to insert (1/8 gap all around). Might also like to have a chimney cap and fireplace screen (would be great if included with kit or have as options)
Date published: 2015-10-19
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