Patio Slabs

Brickstone

Giving you the charming look of rustic clay bricks with the durability of concrete. The Brickstone stays consistent with all other products in the ROXBLOCK lineup by giving you an authentic look with easy installation.

Red Brick

Light Gray

Installing Paths and Patios

Six Easy Steps to installing your patio
  1. Compact 2-4 inches of gravel or sand.
  2.  Make sure that you will be laying your pad in an area where they won’t move around.  To prevent this, either sink the pad down in the ground, or use landscape lumber around the edges.
  3.  Make sure the surface that you will be laying the patio stones on is reasonably level. (If it’s not perfectly level you can get away with it because of the natural look of the stone.)
  4.  Lay your slab down on the flat surface, making sure that they are tight together.
  5. You can cut any of our slabs or patio products using a diamond blade wet saw.  **Be sure to use proper safety equipment when operating.**
  6.  After your patio is complete, take a fine grained sand or polymeric sand and use it as grout between the cracks. This step is optional but will help prevent shifting and weed growth.

Estimation Guide For Brickstone


1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet.
The following information is only a general estimation guide.

2) Multiply length and width to give you the area

3) Then divide the area by 2.0 (the square footage of a Brickstone core). To give the quantity of cores required, Round up to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Original 18″ x 18″ Slabs


2) Multiple length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 2.25 (The square footage of a 18″ x 18″ slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Rocky Mountain


2) Multiply length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure the length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 1.67 (the square footage of a slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Roxstar


2) Multiply length and width to give you the area
1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet. (length should be the longer of the two)

3) Then divide the area by 1.5 (the square footage of a ROXstar core) to give quantity of ROXstars required. Round up to the nearest whole number.

Roxstar

The ROXstar has made laying a flagstone pathway and patio easy. Once installed and completed with finishing sand, it is nearly impossible to detect the joints between the different units. The ROXstar is less heavy, more authentic looking and has smaller joints than comparable products on the market.

Light Gray

Installing Paths and Patios

Six Easy Steps to installing your patio
  1. Compact 2-4 inches of gravel or sand.
  2.  Make sure that you will be laying your pad in an area where they won’t move around.  To prevent this, either sink the pad down in the ground, or use landscape lumber around the edges.
  3.  Make sure the surface that you will be laying the patio stones on is reasonably level. (If it’s not perfectly level you can get away with it because of the natural look of the stone.)
  4.  Lay your slab down on the flat surface, making sure that they are tight together.
  5. You can cut any of our slabs or patio products using a diamond blade wet saw.  **Be sure to use proper safety equipment when operating.**
  6.  After your patio is complete, take a fine grained sand or polymeric sand and use it as grout between the cracks. This step is optional but will help prevent shifting and weed growth.

Estimation Guide For Brickstone


1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet.
The following information is only a general estimation guide.

2) Multiply length and width to give you the area

3) Then divide the area by 2.0 (the square footage of a Brickstone core). To give the quantity of cores required, Round up to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Original 18″ x 18″ Slabs


2) Multiple length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 2.25 (The square footage of a 18″ x 18″ slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Rocky Mountain


2) Multiply length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure the length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 1.67 (the square footage of a slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Roxstar


2) Multiply length and width to give you the area
1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet. (length should be the longer of the two)

3) Then divide the area by 1.5 (the square footage of a ROXstar core) to give quantity of ROXstars required. Round up to the nearest whole number.

Rocky Mountain

Great for stepping stones, pathways and patios. The Rocky Mountain Slab is 1.25” thick and made from high-strength concrete making it lighter than most slabs of its size on the market. This slab can be used by itself or in conjunction with the ROX 16” capstone.

Beige

Light Gray

Installing Paths and Patios

Six Easy Steps to installing your patio
  1. Compact 2-4 inches of gravel or sand.
  2.  Make sure that you will be laying your pad in an area where they won’t move around.  To prevent this, either sink the pad down in the ground, or use landscape lumber around the edges.
  3.  Make sure the surface that you will be laying the patio stones on is reasonably level. (If it’s not perfectly level you can get away with it because of the natural look of the stone.)
  4.  Lay your slab down on the flat surface, making sure that they are tight together.
  5. You can cut any of our slabs or patio products using a diamond blade wet saw.  **Be sure to use proper safety equipment when operating.**
  6.  After your patio is complete, take a fine grained sand or polymeric sand and use it as grout between the cracks. This step is optional but will help prevent shifting and weed growth.

Estimation Guide For Brickstone


1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet.
The following information is only a general estimation guide.

2) Multiply length and width to give you the area

3) Then divide the area by 2.0 (the square footage of a Brickstone core). To give the quantity of cores required, Round up to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Original 18″ x 18″ Slabs


2) Multiple length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 2.25 (The square footage of a 18″ x 18″ slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Rocky Mountain


2) Multiply length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure the length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 1.67 (the square footage of a slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Roxstar


2) Multiply length and width to give you the area
1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet. (length should be the longer of the two)

3) Then divide the area by 1.5 (the square footage of a ROXstar core) to give quantity of ROXstars required. Round up to the nearest whole number.

Travertine

The Travertine Slab offers contemporary clean lines mixed with the authentic details of Mediterranean marble. Combining the two sizes of slabs allows for multiple configurations and distinctive patterns in your patio or pathway!

Beige

Installing Paths and Patios

Six Easy Steps to installing your patio
  1. Compact 2-4 inches of gravel or sand.
  2.  Make sure that you will be laying your pad in an area where they won’t move around.  To prevent this, either sink the pad down in the ground, or use landscape lumber around the edges.
  3.  Make sure the surface that you will be laying the patio stones on is reasonably level. (If it’s not perfectly level you can get away with it because of the natural look of the stone.)
  4.  Lay your slab down on the flat surface, making sure that they are tight together.
  5. You can cut any of our slabs or patio products using a diamond blade wet saw.  **Be sure to use proper safety equipment when operating.**
  6.  After your patio is complete, take a fine grained sand or polymeric sand and use it as grout between the cracks. This step is optional but will help prevent shifting and weed growth.

Estimation Guide For Brickstone


1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet.
The following information is only a general estimation guide.

2) Multiply length and width to give you the area

3) Then divide the area by 2.0 (the square footage of a Brickstone core). To give the quantity of cores required, Round up to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Original 18″ x 18″ Slabs


2) Multiple length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 2.25 (The square footage of a 18″ x 18″ slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Rocky Mountain


2) Multiply length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure the length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 1.67 (the square footage of a slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Roxstar


2) Multiply length and width to give you the area
1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet. (length should be the longer of the two)

3) Then divide the area by 1.5 (the square footage of a ROXstar core) to give quantity of ROXstars required. Round up to the nearest whole number.

Rundle

With the look of hand-split slate tiles, the Rundle Stone Slab system gives you the enviable look of natural stone. Having two sizes available, you are able to create your own unique pattern exclusive to  YOUR backyard!

Light Gray

Installing Paths and Patios

Six Easy Steps to installing your patio
  1. Compact 2-4 inches of gravel or sand.
  2.  Make sure that you will be laying your pad in an area where they won’t move around.  To prevent this, either sink the pad down in the ground, or use landscape lumber around the edges.
  3.  Make sure the surface that you will be laying the patio stones on is reasonably level. (If it’s not perfectly level you can get away with it because of the natural look of the stone.)
  4.  Lay your slab down on the flat surface, making sure that they are tight together.
  5. You can cut any of our slabs or patio products using a diamond blade wet saw.  **Be sure to use proper safety equipment when operating.**
  6.  After your patio is complete, take a fine grained sand or polymeric sand and use it as grout between the cracks. This step is optional but will help prevent shifting and weed growth.

Estimation Guide For Brickstone


1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet.
The following information is only a general estimation guide.

2) Multiply length and width to give you the area

3) Then divide the area by 2.0 (the square footage of a Brickstone core). To give the quantity of cores required, Round up to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Original 18″ x 18″ Slabs


2) Multiple length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 2.25 (The square footage of a 18″ x 18″ slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Rocky Mountain


2) Multiply length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure the length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 1.67 (the square footage of a slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Roxstar


2) Multiply length and width to give you the area
1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet. (length should be the longer of the two)

3) Then divide the area by 1.5 (the square footage of a ROXstar core) to give quantity of ROXstars required. Round up to the nearest whole number.

Timberstone

Like nothing on the market! The wood-grain profile of the Timberstone gives the rustic color, texture, and appearance of ACTUAL weathered BARNWOOD with the longevity of concrete. Creating a UNIQUE yet welcoming outdoor space becomes simple when using the TIME-WORN look of the Timberstone patio/walkway system!

Light Gray

Brown

Installing Paths and Patios

Six Easy Steps to installing your patio
  1. Compact 2-4 inches of gravel or sand.
  2.  Make sure that you will be laying your pad in an area where they won’t move around.  To prevent this, either sink the pad down in the ground, or use landscape lumber around the edges.
  3.  Make sure the surface that you will be laying the patio stones on is reasonably level. (If it’s not perfectly level you can get away with it because of the natural look of the stone.)
  4.  Lay your slab down on the flat surface, making sure that they are tight together.
  5. You can cut any of our slabs or patio products using a diamond blade wet saw.  **Be sure to use proper safety equipment when operating.**
  6.  After your patio is complete, take a fine grained sand or polymeric sand and use it as grout between the cracks. This step is optional but will help prevent shifting and weed growth.

Estimation Guide For Brickstone


1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet.
The following information is only a general estimation guide.

2) Multiply length and width to give you the area

3) Then divide the area by 2.0 (the square footage of a Brickstone core). To give the quantity of cores required, Round up to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Original 18″ x 18″ Slabs


2) Multiple length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 2.25 (The square footage of a 18″ x 18″ slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Rocky Mountain


2) Multiply length by width to give you the area.
1) Measure the length and width of desired patio/pathway in feet.

3) Take your area measurement and divide by 1.67 (the square footage of a slab).

4) This will tell you how many slabs you need. Round to the nearest whole number.

Estimation Guide For Roxstar


2) Multiply length and width to give you the area
1) Measure the length and width of desired pathway in feet. (length should be the longer of the two)

3) Then divide the area by 1.5 (the square footage of a ROXstar core) to give quantity of ROXstars required. Round up to the nearest whole number.