Low cost, looks good, easy to work with, reshape, and...
Low cost, looks good, easy to work with, reshape, and install. Color variations are nice to create a randomized, natural look.
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Feb 5, 2020
easy to work with in combination with repurposed large blocks, 7" square and 3.5x 7" "brick" co...
easy to work with in combination with repurposed large blocks, 7" square and 3.5x 7" "brick" constructing our planter and courtyard. Really like the overall look...can't wait to finish the whole project.
I recently had to replace my cracked sidewalk, so I decided to go with the Pavestone RumbleStone ...
I recently had to replace my cracked sidewalk, so I decided to go with the Pavestone RumbleStone 10.5" x 7", Sierra Blend Pavers. I liked the natural color of the stone which complemented the colors of my home. I never replaced a sidewalk before so I decided to watch a variety of Home Depot and youtube "do it yourself" videos to get an idea of how much labor and materials were needed for the job. The sidewalk was about 48" x 12'. All the materials including the pavers cost less than $500 which was much more cost effective than paying a contractor. It took about two days of hard labor to finish the job. In the end It was well worth the hard work. I was very pleased, as well as my neighbors, with the final result. The natural look of the stone looks fantastic. I definitely recommend the Pavestone Rumblestone concrete pavers.
We used these stones as paver stones along with the matching 7 in. square stones and the 3.5 in. x 7 in. stones. The perfect look we were looking for. Easy to install and thick enough to walk on without moving. We mixed all 3 of them at random. My photos do not do the stones justice. The photos are washed out. The actual stones have a lot more rich earth tone color to them. I highly recommend them.