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Patio: Rosetta Dimensional Flagstone

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Sask Rider, Jul 26, 2012.

  1. Sask Rider

    Sask Rider LawnSite Member
    Posts: 3


    I'm new to the forum. I'm wondering if anyone has used any Rosetta Dimensional Flagstone for patios? It seems fairly new since I can't seem to find many (or any) jobs that have used it. It looks different than traditional pavers, but I'm not sold on it.


    I like the look of the larger stones. They're 2x2', 1x2' and 1'x6". Thanks for any input from those of you that have used it or decided not to.

  2. alldayrj

    alldayrj LawnSite Gold Member
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    What does it cost per sf
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  3. Sask Rider

    Sask Rider LawnSite Member
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    $8.18/sq ft
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  4. cnymowing

    cnymowing LawnSite Member
    Posts: 123

    If it is anything like their wall block, run forest run!

    I tried some of that crap that they call wall block, no quality control with color, dimentions, or concrete... It looks pretty from a distance, but it is a pain to install
  5. Sask Rider

    Sask Rider LawnSite Member
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    Alright, nothing too positive yet! Thanks for the reply cnymowing. I'd like to hear more if anyone else has any other experience with it. I know it's kind of pushed as a step up from regular pavers. The samples I've seen we're just a single stone in each color, which makes it hard to judge the overall coloring. The brochure always looks great, but so do Big Macs in commercials!

    I'd hate to be sold by one 12"x6" brick and then see that the whole pallet is full of irregular size and color.

    Any others with feedback?


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