Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 48
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sucitisu 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
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by NTVTXN Pewter Concrete Stepping Stones
I ordered a pallet online and picked up at store. Garden center was great to work with. Stones were used to build a 3x41 sidewalk. Easy to work with; looks great!
Wish I had known .99 was the sale price and not regular price...I would've bought them on sale.
July 3, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Padguy 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 4.0 out of 5.0 by Olly New Walkway
Blocks went down pretty easily. Used weed blocker with a 2-3" layer of All-Purpose gravel and a 1" layer of sand. Used a hand tamper to compact everything. Also used edging to keep my work in place for years to come.
May 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by seandeezy1984 very good quality for the price
Purchased these for my new garden, great price and product
July 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HomeAgain3 Foiled Digging Dog
After first rain realized needed something other than straw in kennel. Dog dug crater and made muddy mess. These looked economical. Have 3 10x10 kennels. Each kennel took 81 stones (9 rows x 9 rows). Used sand to help level them (approx 6 bags sand). Used sand to fill in minor gaps too. Didn't touch sides so we used concrete to fill in sides (approx 5 bags). Took wife and I about 4 hours to put down stones because ground not that level. Concrete was a breeze-- I mixed and she leveled. We used gray and red which made a checkerboard. Sure makes it look neater. That was accident because they didn't have enough gray. Out of all the stones only a few red ones had chips and we used those on the sides which the concrete hid.
September 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sangelo Well Yeah, They're Pavers
Consistent product. Out of the hundred pavers we recently purchased, we had one that had a inch or so chip on one corner -- easy to hide at the back of the project. Sizing was pretty consistent +/- .25 inch (most were spot on 12")
They don't split consistently when you need to break one, even using a stone chisel, but then they're concrete and not natural stone.
Easy to work with; a good size for many gardening needs. Last year I purchased the same paver, rinsed off the concrete dust with a hose, let it dry, applied two coats of an acrylic paint, didn't bother with a sealer, and a year later they still look great.
The average home owner can easily throw together an 10' x 10' foot patio in a weekend (or less depending on the site prep needed).
May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by joerdz1206 great stepping stones great price too
I bought these stepping stones on a great sale price @ .88 cents ... can beat the price... i used them on a 10 x 10 sitting area close to by grill very easy to set i bought some base gravel and sand and then just set them there had them for over 30 days and still no movement made by grilling are more appealing.... would definitely buy more to extend my sitting area very sturdy and like the cost ... edged with some red 4x8 paver stones.
May 13, 2014