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County Summit Stone

County Summit Stone

County Summit Stone

The modular shape and multiple sizes offered in Summit Stone® provides unmatched flexibility in landscaping design. Versatile units provide easy installation for a wider range of applications. Plus, their aged, natural stone appearance enhances outdoor living environments and compliments other hardscape elements, including pavers, paving stones and retaining walls.


  • Seat walls
  • Pillars
  • Pavers
  • Walkways
  • Garden walls
  • Outdoor fireplaces
  • Built-in grills
  • Raised patios
  • Steps
  • Edging
  • Kitchen Islands


  • Ideal for outdoor fireplaces and kitchens, built-in grills, seat walls, pillars and more
  • Manufactured in 6 different Sizes
  • Available in 4 Blended colors
  • Sold by the unit

Note: Maximum recommended garden wall height for Summit Stone units should not exceed 3 feet.

Note: It is recommended that Summit Stone structures (i.e. grills, pillars, fireplaces, mailbox columns, etc.) be installed on a concrete base.

Note: The outdoor fireplace kits shown are constructed with Summit Stone “B” (7-1/4” x 10-7/8”) units. Other Summit Stone unit sizes can also be used. For added design flexibility, any of the other five sizes of Summit Stone landscape units can be substituted. Refer to the Summit Stone Fireplace Kit Material Calculation Worksheet for units required if using multiple sizes.

Disclaimer: This is a basic outdoor fireplace kit design. Outdoor fireplaces should always be constructed by a knowledgeable professional. Location, chimney height, flue size and prevailing winds can affect the performance of an outdoor fireplace. County Materials cannot guarantee the performance or structural integrity of this fireplace. Use only industry accepted materials, cements and adhesives when constructing an outdoor fireplace. Always observe building codes and local bylaws.

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