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Model #91969

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RumbleStone Large 3.5 in. x 10.5 in. x 7 in. Cafe Concrete Garden Wall Block

  • Pre-cut blocks create planters, benches, fire pits and tree rings
  • Easy to install; no cutting involved
  • Durable concrete construction with rugged, natural appearance
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Product Overview

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Tumbled
Straight
Height
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Imagine, stack and enjoy. Reminiscent of your fondest childhood toys, Pavestone Company's innovative RumbleStone Series provides a set of rustic building blocks for your outdoor hardscape projects, whether simple or complex, large or small. The possibilities for creative expression are as far and wide as your inner child's imagination.
  • California residents
  • Concrete utility block system enables you to use 1 size or all 4 to build your project
  • Easy to assemble with no cutting - just stack them and bond with adhesive
  • Endless possibilities to create your own unique projects
  • Rugged texture for natural appearance
  • Color in concrete products may vary from pallet to pallet; it is recommended that you purchase your projects all at 1-time

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Depth (in.)
7.00
Actual Product Height (in.)
3.50
Actual Product Width (in.)
10.50
Face Feet (sq. ft.)
0.26
Nominal Product Depth (in.)
7
Nominal Product Height (in.)
3.5
Nominal Product Width (in.)
10.5

Details

Color Family
Brown
Color/Finish
Cafe
Face Texture
Tumbled
Face Type
Straight
Features
Textured
Landscape Supply Type
Retaining Wall Block
Material
Concrete
Packaging Type
Individual
Product Weight (lb.)
20.9
Square Feet per Piece
0.26

Questions & Answers

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I would like to get the grey rumble stone, but I would like different sizes and I do need a full ...

Asked by matt May 7, 2020
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Best I know is that full pallets are of a single size. If you happen to need full pallets of each size, the answer is yes. However, you may order each size by count to be stacked onto one pallet for delivery, that's possible. But the pricing may not be the same for bulk.

I want to have my landscaper install one simple row, or level, of these around my mailbox where ...

Asked by Catrina October 29, 2019
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You need to level and put down some sort of base sand or better would be to use paver base then sand on top to level you can do it with out any but leveling will be harder

What is the "sq ft per piece" dimension? There are what looks like two given..."Face feet (sq ft)" and "sq ft per peice"

Asked by Charles May 20, 2019
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I'm not sure what you're asking but this stone is 3.5" thick by 10.5" long by 7" wide. There are 3 or 4 different sizes of stone and all the dimensions are multiples of 3.5" making it simple lay without having to cut the stones. There are brochures at HD and videos online that show very creative usage of the product. I used them for 21" tall columns for my yard lights.

Can you use these for vehicular travel? i would like to use them for a walk way that I need to d...

Asked by Gene April 26, 2018
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Absolutely. They are strong. You need a good base, though, so they don't sink in.

will this brick withstand very high temperatures? such as 1200-2000 degreesF? building a forge.

Asked by jak March 18, 2017
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You can only get Fire Brick from a Brick Dealer.

There are 3 measurements 10.5 X 7 X (?).

Asked by Bill October 24, 2016
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3.5 thick, as it says at the top of this page.

Why is the build height for the large (10.5x7) wall rumble stones only 2 ft but the build height for the medium (7x7) blocks is 4 ft?

Asked by k123 April 30, 2016
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I think the square shapes create a more stable structure than the rectangles. When you stack the rectangles up, they seem to want to tip over sideways. The square blocks have no "sideways" thereby creating a stable base. You could mix and match to see what works best in your situation. Start the bottom layer 3 or 4 blocks wide, then set back each row a little, shortening the width as you go, till you have only 1 block wide in the top row. The wide base will give it more stability, and "lean" into the dirt being retained. Don't forget to put a thick layer of gravel behind the wall before backfilling with dirt. This will give a way for water to drain out sideways instead of pushing on the wall and possibly ruining the whole thing. I've seen drainpipes added in the middle of solid concrete walls to prevent the water from cracking them in an attempt to flow downhill. For a wall 60 feet long, I would recommend 3 drainholes spaced along the length and about a foot below the level of retained earth. You could get really creative with the really long thick bricks lining a small opening, with chicken wire in front to hold in the gravel or small pebbles lining your "drainpipe".

Delvery?

Asked by ro September 7, 2015
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I once had a whole buildings worth of materials delivered for free in the Poconos, 45 min. from the store. ASK and you will receive! Don't forget the sand to sweep into the cracks after they are all laid. This helps keep them from shifting with use.

Is the 10.5 IN. x 7 IN. Rumblestone Large Wall Block available in the "Sierra" color?

Asked by ChrisA June 7, 2015
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Yes for $659.00 a pallet of 96 not the same price as an individual $3.10 a piece or $297.60 for 96 individual pavers

Are the stones flame resistant?

Asked by THEGMAN185 June 5, 2015
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Yes. They are made of concrete! They will blacken. But that just shouldn't damage their integrity. If you are working with a curve, use the squares. The long rectangles might crack through the middle with heat and stress. I dunno....

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These blocks are awesome
I am building stairs, outdoor kitchen, and retaining walls with these blocks on a new patio. All of the blocks were in tact and look great. Leaving a pic of the first project, the stairs. Now off to Home Depot for 1,000 more.
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What you see is what you get! Very heavy so make sure your vehicle has the right payload capacit...
What you see is what you get! Very heavy so make sure your vehicle has the right payload capacity.
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Excellent product. The stones are heavy, consistent in size and attractive. You do need to exer...
Excellent product. The stones are heavy, consistent in size and attractive. You do need to exercise a little care as the corners can chip. Several of my stones lost corners but it actually added to the rustic feel of the flower beds I built.
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Completed a full front yard renovation last summer. These blocks are great. I spaced each garden block with two Minis and was able to make everything symmetrical and more like a brick pattern. The results speak for themselves. Just make sure to put down a good 3-4" paver base and use landscape adhesive between the rows.
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I used these to built a raised flower bed. Easy to work with using landscaping adhesive. Love to ...
I used these to built a raised flower bed. Easy to work with using landscaping adhesive. Love to look of the end result
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These pavers are great for columns or just use your imagination that's what I did with my fire pi...
These pavers are great for columns or just use your imagination that's what I did with my fire pit. I just love the many possibilities you can create with these.
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Product was easy to install using adhesive and enabled me to build a patio, retaining wall, fire ...
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Product was easy to install using adhesive and enabled me to build a patio, retaining wall, fire pit and benches. I intend to finish the patio benches with a limestone top at each end to provide a flat surface for drinks, etc. Wood on benches in IPE finished with Watco teak Oil.
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I was tired of taking care of wood so my wife and I decided to try some stone projects. This is m...
I was tired of taking care of wood so my wife and I decided to try some stone projects. This is my second project with Rumblestone Pavestone. My first was an 1100 sq. ft. paver patio and walkway completed last year with the thinner stone using all three sizes. Pictures are included of final product with which I am happy. The only complaint I had with the stone was that some were not stained and others had big chunks broken off of them. It was just extra time and effort to lug back to the store. This is my first project with the larger thickness stone. I did a raised flower bed last week. I am pleased with the final product and pictures are included. The main difference with this stone was just lifting and carrying the heavier stone. I only went through 2 and a half pallets and had no issues with the stain. I did however use over 11 pallets of the thinner stone where I had some minor issues with stones not being stained. I would recomend this product to others if they can afford the expense. I am hoping for less maintenance compared to the wood around my house. Hope this helps if you are contemplating tackling stone projects.
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The stones are very easy to stack for a professional looking DIY project! Just be safe and wear t...
The stones are very easy to stack for a professional looking DIY project! Just be safe and wear the proper shoes, gloves, and eye protection. Always practice safe lifting, as these are deceptively heavy.
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Just built a 15’ long L-shaped retaining wall in a problem garden to raise the level of soil. We ...
Just built a 15’ long L-shaped retaining wall in a problem garden to raise the level of soil. We had previously used Rumblestone to pave an area in front of our shed and liked the look. The new retaining wall looks great! We’re considering another project using the same material. We did not use adhesive between the 4 courses of block in the retaining wall. I think gravity will do the job for our situation.
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