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Square Concrete Patio Stone (11.7"x11.7", various colors) EXPIRED

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Lowe's.com has Square Concrete Patio Stone (11.7"x11.7", various colors) on sale for $1. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks rsvpd

Note, availability for stock and sale pricing may vary by location. If you see a higher price, check another local store in your area by clicking "Check other stores" on product page

Available Colors:
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  • Red
  • Tan (West Coast only, limited availability)
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  • The square patio stone is an easy landscape addition to a patio or pathway. It is also great for step stones in a garden or for a walkway. For a distinct look, this patio stone can also be used to create a variety of patterns to design a unique space. -StrawMan86

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has 11.7-in Square Concrete Patio Stone, Grey for $1 w/ Free Store Pickup.Notes: selection varies by store/regiondimensions: (Common: 12-in x; Actual: 11.7-in x 11.7-in)
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Here's what I did with these slabs:
https://imgur.com/gallery/7xzF2rQ

It's a paver foundation and a shed for my well pump equipment so I can get it out of the weather. Shed is found here:
https://www.ana-white.com/woodwor...orage-shed

I found leveling the pavers to be very difficult to impossible to get perfect - that's the hardest part. I was able to use a hammer and a metal paint scraper to score a line across this paver on all sides evenly and then hammer deep in one spot to split them in half without special tools so that I could make my running bond pattern. If you need to anchor something to these pavers, I used these and they worked fantastically (length is for 1-3/4" thick fir and the screw just barely goes all the way though the paver)
CONFAST 1/4" x 3-1/4" Hex Head
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Thanks OP! I was planning a DIY home project this weekend and was planning on buying pavers. Perfect timing!
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Showing $1.88 for gray stones in Tampa Bay area stores. Red is $1.00.
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Here is a link that worked for me, the op link was showing me "0" available.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-G...1000373255
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The sale price on these keeps creeping upwards.
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Wanted to do this on my backyard for a while now but it shows up as $1.88
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When I look at it in the Lowe's app, I do see it as the deal listed here. Ymmv, but it appears to be part of a promotion through August 14th. Check your local sales flyer, which you should be able to see online?

We happen to have three Lowe's stores in my city, and others not far away. I recommend getting the app if you shop Lowes regularly. It's very easy there to check availability of product and other nearby stores.
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Thanks OP was just pricing these for a project
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How can I attach a pic of the patio I did using these stones ?
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How can I attach a pic of the patio I did using these stones ?
I would love to see it also.
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This is awesome. I need one!
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Red bricks are also on sale for 33 cents, not quite as good as the 25 cent sale prices they normally are but still not bad if you need them now.
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I would love to see it also.
It's easy from the full desktop site
But not from the mobile site, apparently.
At bottom of site click "full site" (might have to do this twice, if you use "basic html" like I do)
Click "edit" on your post
"Go Advanced" button
Paper clip button in controls
"Choose file" then pick your pic
Click "Upload"
Save your post
There might be an easier way, but that's what I do
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I would love to see it also.

Here's what I did with these slabs:
https://imgur.com/gallery/7xzF2rQ

It's a paver foundation and a shed for my well pump equipment so I can get it out of the weather. Shed is found here:
https://www.ana-white.com/woodwor...orage-shed

I found leveling the pavers to be very difficult to impossible to get perfect - that's the hardest part. I was able to use a hammer and a metal paint scraper to score a line across this paver on all sides evenly and then hammer deep in one spot to split them in half without special tools so that I could make my running bond pattern. If you need to anchor something to these pavers, I used these and they worked fantastically (length is for 1-3/4" thick fir and the screw just barely goes all the way though the paver)
CONFAST 1/4" x 3-1/4" Hex Head
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