They're concrete. I'm not sure what you're asking. They're concrete. Yes, you can use them with fire.
No other color. It's a grey cement block.
Maybe but I wouldn't. They appear to be too thin and may very well crack under too much pressure. I would recommend going with either a thicker paver, poured concrete, or asphalt.
From Pavestones website: Pallet Weight 3360 lbs Pallet Coverage 150 sq.ft. My guess is about 168 per pallet.
From Pavestones website: Pallet Weight 3360 lbs Pallet Coverage 150 sq.ft. 168 per pallet.
Hello, Mike. I cannot give you a definitive answer. I can tell you that I am happy using these to effectively widen my driveway. They do hold the weight of my truck! The determining factor will be the support under them. Level and pack the soil first so that there are no holes. Good luck!
They're right angles, not beveled
Approximately 19.5 lbs
Use the hammer and chisel to score or cut a groove into the block or paver on all sides. Strike the chisel on the score line until the material splits. For a larger project or more accurate cuts, a circular saw or tile saw with a concrete blade is a good option. Mark the cut and clamp the stone or paver to a stable work surface. Wet tile/stone saw would be the best choice overall.