Internet #204202138

Model #53369

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
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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 1 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, 5 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.)
94.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
94.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
84 in
Bowl Depth (in.)
Bowl Length (in.)
Bowl Width (in.)


Assembly Required
Color Family
360 Fire View
Fire Pit Shape
Housing Material
Outdoor Living Product Type
Power/Fuel Type
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Pavestone LLC warrants this product to be of merchantable quality when used or installed in accordance with the instructions and to industry standards of workmanship.

Questions & Answers


Does this outdoor fireplace come with a gas option insert

Asked by Leslie January 31, 2021

What size chimney cap would you buy for the top?

Asked by Erica December 5, 2020

When assembling, do I need to apply adhesive to all contact sides or only bottom/top? Any other adhesive recommendations

Asked by Ann October 6, 2020

Yes I did. I used landscaping adhesive. We absolutely love our fire place. It is perfect!

Is a permit required to build the outdoor fireplace for Riverside Ca?

Asked by Kimmie August 31, 2020

We installed this as part of a stone patio- so the permit for that covered everything. Best of luck- we LOVE ours!

What are dimensions of the top finished top portion that surrounds the metal chimney.

Asked by William August 26, 2020

Why are my large stones measuring 6 1/2 x 10 1/2 × 3 1/2.

Asked by JayBird July 1, 2020

Is there any kind of maintenance I should do to keep the insert from rusting? Or any other kind of upkeep?

Asked by Lexi June 30, 2020

Has anyone had an issue with there large stones being different cuts and not lining up well at all??

Asked by JayBird June 29, 2020

The large stones are measuring out to 6 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 3 1/2 not the 7 inches it is described at.

Do these give off substantial heat? I live in north east Ohio and wondering if will give off enough heat.

Asked by Joe June 11, 2020

Do these kits ever go on sale?

Asked by Joe June 8, 2020

No not has been the same price for at least 5 years...

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 22 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Love this Fireplace!
An outdoor upright fireplace has been on my home owners dream list for a long time and I think this came out amazing! We purchased it on the special buy and 55.00 shipping to our rural home for 6 pallets was beyond an amazing deal. We ordered the fireplace and got the specs for the pad online and poured our pad prior to the kit arriving so we would be ready to go. Me and my husband assembled it in about a day and a half. The directions were crazy like a big LEGO project so we found it easier if I looked at the layout, positioned the pieces and my husband would glue and level. Once we got it going it went pretty fast. We found the chimney to be the most difficult area with leveling. We also loved one of the photos from the other reviews and also added a mantel. The overall look and quality exceeds my expectations. This is tumbled block so all blocks are not perfect which adds to the overall rustic look. Our fireplace color is cafe. We did buy 6 extra tubes of the adhesive as recommended by other reviewers . ❤️❤️❤️ I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND this PaveStone outdoor fireplace and what we found to be a really fun DIY project!
by Botzhet
3 people found this helpful
Perfect DYI fireplace
I was more than skeptical when I purchased this fireplace. I definitely enjoy a good DYI project but have to admit I was intimidated by this project. But I have to say it went so smooth and turned out beautiful. I kept saying dang this is going way easier than I thought it would. It took us 4 adults and 3 hours to complete the project. We did have a new patio poured 10 days prior so our surface was very level to start. Which I’m sure is key. I purchased 2 benches as well and added a complete look. I ordered it at 5 days later it arrived way earlier than expected. We cut up the pallets to use that evening for our first fire.
by Stephanie
2 people found this helpful
I am really impressed with this kit, it turned out...
I am really impressed with this kit, it turned out great. Value wise I don’t think you can do any better. I did a small amount of customization by adding a 6” x 4” wood mantel that was made easy by the standard 2x4 sizing of the small bricks. The kit is easy enough for an inexperienced DIY’er.
by STLOkie
2 people found this helpful
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.
by Ravyen
8 people found this helpful
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
by Hardpressed
3 people found this helpful
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)
by Skyler
7 people found this helpful
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.
by MtnManonSignal
24 people found this helpful
great product easy to assemble with very clear instructions
The kit came with very clear instructions and was easy to assemble. My only complaint was that there was not enough of the caulk adhesive that was needed for the complete build and I used conservatively in the initial part of the build. I think I may have been shorted a case, and had to purchase a second one from HD. Other than that the quality was very good and I was very happy with the final product.
by KoDanJa
6 people found this helpful
Great product for the money.
This fireplace was the best one I came across for the money. It was delivered on 6 pallets and was pretty easy to build. I would suggest saving the pallets to burn afterwards. I do not have any masonry skills, just a little common sense. And that is pretty much all you need for this project besides some basic tools and a little time. You do have to pay attention to certain aspects as you go along because the instructions are vague and just pictures for stone placement. I had to download them from the distributors website and they do not give you any pointers or suggestions. For example, as you set up for the fire box, it is a good idea to take a measurement of the width before you plan on setting it in place, this way you will not need to cut or grind any stone. Another thing that will help, is to have a bucket of mortar by your side. Even though you are using adhesive to set the stone in place, you will come across stones that vary in thickness. You can use a little mortar for build up to help keep everything level. After setting the foundation, it took myself and son-in-law about twelve hours to complete the whole thing. Not bad for a couple of DIYer's Overall, this fireplace was a great buy for the money and I would definitely recommend this to a friend.
by TonyL
11 people found this helpful
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