RoofStone Integrated Paver for Green Roofs

RoofStone® Integrated Pavers

In response to designer demand for an artisan quality integrated green roof paver which integrates and contractor necessity for labor-saving solutions, LiveRoof developed the RoofStone® paver system.

RoofStone pavers contain built-in pedestal bases for easy handling and installation.

For more reasons to consider using RoofStone on your project, check out our slideshow of benefits:


  • Contributes to Stormwater Management:  In a recent study, RoofStone pavers retained 25% of annual rainfall.

  • NEW! Improved, textured, traction surface.

  • LiveRoof Quality.

  • Integrates with weight, height and dimensions of LiveRoof Standard and Deep modules.

  • Integrates with WindDisc accessory for enhancing wind uplift resistance.

  • Built-in handgrips and pedestals support fast, efficient installation.

  • Installs in 1/10th time and labor as traditional pedestal and paver solutions.

  • Eliminates the need for RoofEdge between pavers and modules.

  • Follows roof contour.

  • Suitable for pathways, landings and patios.

  • Recycled plastic base.

  • Strong and effective, resists impact and cracking with NanoTech MicroBubble™ technology.

  • Ample water channels.

  • ADA Compliant when set on pitch of ¼” per 1′ or less.

  • Size: 24″ L x 12″ W x 4″ H

  • Weight: 50 lbs

  • Finish: Beautiful artisan surface, top edge chamfered, sides with chip-preventing, water-conducting standoffs.

  • LEED Interface: Base of 95% post-industrial polypropylene. Concrete recycled content varies with paver color.

  • Compressive Strength: 5000+ psi at 28 days; exceeds SPRI standard of 3000 psi by greater than 50%.
  • Flexural Strength: 770+ psi at 28 days per ASTM C140.

  • Water Absorption: Less than 5% by cold water method at 28 days per ASTM C140.

  • Air Content:  4 to 8% maximum.

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Available in five beautiful colors:

Installer Benefits

Pedestal &  Paver
Pedestal Built-in Purchased separately
Edging Not required at green roof interface Required
Installation Fast, easy, inexpensive, labor saving Can be cumbersome and costly
Wind Uplift May connect pavers with WindDisc Typically independently set

RoofStone is a Better Alternative to Stone or Gravel Ballast

  • SAFER:  Walk on for window washing and mechanical service.  No sharp-edged stones to puncture membrane.

  • MONEY SAVING:  Installs 10x faster for 90% labor savings!

  • EASIER:  Materials delivered all-at-once with green roof.

  • MORE ATTRACTIVE:  Complements building & plants, in 5 popular colors.


Can LiveRoof modules be lifted to access the roof membrane?

It is relatively easy to remove a LiveRoof module to access the roof deck.

  1. First, using a flat bladed shovel, probe the planting to locate the container edge.
  2. Then peel away some plant material. This is easy to do as the root systems of LiveRoof® plants is fibrous and easy to separate (not at all like sod).
  3. Using a sturdy pair of pliers, lift up and remove the exposed module.
  4. Any additional modules may be removed by trimming around them with the handle of a spoon and lifting them up.
  5. Once you are finished, replace the modules.

Important:  Never use sharp instruments around roof membranes.

Can RoofStone Pavers be used on ADA compliant walkways?

RoofStone follows the roof contour and can be used to create walkways, patios, and landing areas on most non-ADA compliant roofs.

RoofStone can also be used on roofs that must be ADA-compliant with slope up to 1:48, which equals 2.08% or 1.19 degrees. This is ¼ inch per 1 foot, which is the norm (minimum) roof slope for drainage.

Can you custom cut RoofStone?

Pavers may need to be cut to fit at the perimeter or around rooftop penetrations and equipment. For the cleanest cuts, LiveRoof recommends a wet saw with a 14” diamond concrete blade. A piece of tape should be placed over the cut line to prevent chipping. Most chop saws or circular saws will require cuts to be made on both sides of each paver.

Cut the concrete top first, then flip the paver over and finish the cut through the plastic base. Curved cuts can be made by making several straight cuts on an angle to create the curve.

To accommodate ridges, low penetrations, or irrigation lines, notches may be cut out of the plastic base. An angle grinder with a blade suited to cutting plastic is best for this task. It is ideal to remove entire sections of the RoofStone base when making notches. This keeps the factory edges in contact with the roof membrane and prevents potential damage from burs.

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