Natural Stone Pavers
RSI paver collection features premium quality natural stone pavers in a wide variety of beautiful colors, sizes, patterns, and finishes making them the idea product for front porch, patio, spa, driveway, and pool decks. Additionally, we offer color matching pool copings, wall caps, tiles and slabs, that provide a smooth cohesive look or added design element contrasting color for borders or inlays. Our collection offers function, value and timeless appeal that provide perfect setting for outdoor gatherings creating a lifetime of cherished family memories.
Natural Stone Pavers
Our paver collection includes premium quality natural stone pavers in a wide variety of beautiful colors, sizes, patterns, and finishes making them the ideal product for front porch, patio, spa, driveway, and pool decks. Additionally, we offer color matching pool copings, wall caps, tiles and slabs, that provide a smooth cohesive look or added design element contrasting color for borders or inlays. Our collection offers function, value and timeless appeal that provide perfect setting for outdoor gatherings creating a lifetime of cherished family memories.
Rock Solid Imports natural stone pavers provide durability, real value, and timeless appeal to your outdoor living space!
Featuring slip resistance noce travertine pavers projects, three season room, patios, and walkways.
Our premium limestone collection is ideal choice for residential floors and walls. Limestone’s wide range of natural colors makes it a great flooring option for just about any space. It’s available in soft browns, creams, and grays, and it can provide exceptional design versatility as an understated, yet classic, flooring option. It also comes in a range levels of variation—from combinations that vary slightly to multiple distinct hues with greater variation in veining and color.
Coral & Shell Fossils
Coral Stone Pavers: Coral stone pavers are unique due to their fossil and keystone that consists of coral and shell fossils, coral, sand, as well as limestone. This distinctive material is strengthened by nature to survive a number of climate extremes, saltwater, pool chemicals, and heavy foot traffic, making it ideal for pool decking and coping. Virtually non-slip, coral stone also absorbs only a minimum of heat and is easily maintained. Although commonly used in the tropics, coral stone can be enjoyed elsewhere, including in settings that experience a freeze/thaw cycle.
Marble Pavers have the capacity of withstanding extreme cold conditions as it is made from Natural Stone and also multiple freeze cycles. Marble pavers also have a higher degree of resilience and durability in extreme conditions than concrete, brick or other outdoor paving alternatives. Not only are they able to withstand extreme heat without any crack, their natural coolness provides a satisfying walking surface for bare feet. Moreover, marble pavers naturally repel mold and mildew, so you will never have to fuss with messy bleach solutions.
The main advantage of using Bluestone pavers is the magical effect they create wherever they are laid. They are easily installed, they come in many shapes and sizes and they are very cost effective. Their toughness and long lasting textures are also main advantages.
Limestone is one of the world’s go-to building materials. Limestone, normally quarried from local sources, is hardy and can retain its beauty for years, no matter the weather. Many pool designers not only construct decks using this material, but also prefer to use its good looks for pool coping. Durable and alluring in a warm, earthy way, limestone can tolerate extreme weather changes and hold up against continuous use. Colors include gray, blue, tan, brown, and pink, among others, and can be cut in a variety of shapes and sizes, making it a stress-free
Travertine Pavers is one of the more popular materials for building luxury pool decks. This material’s reputation for being hard-wearing yet beautiful has been known since ancient times. Today, the material is in as much demand as ever, especially with landscape and swimming contractors, designers, and homeowners who have come to depend on this material’s porous nature and tendency to remain cool to the touch. Because travertine typically absorbs water instantly, decks made of it are virtually slip-free. Plus, it can handle all types of weather conditions, including freeze/thaw. Travertine usually comes in ivory, light brown, brown and gold. Rich and luxurious in look and feel, pool designers will generally choose this material for artistic settings. Travertine is commonly found in one of three finishes: tumbled (textured and porous), honed (smooth and matte), and polished (smooth and shiny).
Granite pavers are one of the hardest natural stones, which is why pool designers select it when looking for a consistent look that can stand the test of time. Granite pavers come in wide variety of colors including white, gray, yellow, mauve, pink, crimson, black, and other hues. You can also choose from various finishes to suit your specific aesthetic taste and needs – thermal, polished, honed, tumbled and other textures. Granite is popular choice for patios and is perfect for pool designs with a wide variety of colors, durability and flamed finish. And while granite can be costly as compared to other paving solutions, the benefits that you can enjoy for decades can well compensate for its price. With the right contractor, your granite surfaces can give you a lifetime of service.
Sandstone pavers are made up of sedimentary rocks that have been cemented together to create a durable and long lasting paver. While you may have concerns that sandstone could chip and break the superior construction methods used ensure that sandstone pavers resist decay even in outdoor settings. Sandstone pavers offer a truly unique feel under your feet that’s not replicated by any other style of tile and with the natural variations in each paver it’s one of the best ways to create a unique look for your home.
Flagstone pavers are some of the most preferred and used paving materials by contractors, stonemasons, builders, architects, and DIY enthusiasts. They are typically derived from various natural stones such as slate, bluestone, quartzite, limestone, or sandstone and are formed by cutting them into slabs. The variation in color makes flagstone pavers very ideal for custom hardscaping projects. Being made of natural stones, every flagstone paver has a unique color that does not fade. Some of the most common flagstone colors include red, brown, and blue. Other color options are moss green, charcoal grey, sand, and brownstone.