Available in 4 beautiful color options, ranging from traditional to modern, FireRock pavers allow your dream home to be truly unique and timeless. And with colors that mimic stones likes travertine and bluestone, our concrete pavers are an affordable alternative to natural stone.
Our closest color option to white
Oyster pavers are a great match for crisp, clean architecture. This color works well with contemporary or Mediterranean designs.
Affordable alternative to travertine
Clay pavers are a neutral taupe that closely resembles travertine. These pavers complement most designs and work with nearly any architectural style.
Affordable alternative to bluestone
Steel pavers are a great option for contemporary designs. This clean, modern colors looks great with modern architecture or paired with other materials, like brick.
Truest Brown Selection
Ore pavers are our darkest color options and gives your our truest brown color option. These pavers complement more natural, rustic architecture and landscapes
Note: Due to color variations on individual computers, the swatches shown may not accurately reflect the true color. Please order a sample kit before making a color choice.
Our traditional line of pavers is our closest alternative to natural stone like travertine, bluestone and limestone. Our unique, handcrafted finishing process adds depth and texture, mimicking the look of natural stone’s organic and imperfect finish but with the consistency and performance of a manufactured product, giving you the best of both worlds.
The new Smooth Paver from FireRock is a modern update to our traditional concrete paver. With a clean look and smooth finish, these concrete pavers blend the beauty of an artisanal product with modern style for a paver that is just as at home in a high-end kitchen as it is around a pool.
Though our Smooth Pavers won't have the pitting that characterizes our traditional pavers, they may still have small air bubbles, which are most prominent around the outside perimeter. These air bubbles are a byproduct of the handcrafted process used to create each paver.