Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 46
Rated 5 out of 5Â 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 out of 5Â 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 5 out of 5Â 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 4 out of 5Â 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 out of 5Â 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