Precast Concrete Retaining Walls

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Landscape

 

The basic form creates straight edge blocks for straight walls.  Add the tapered end inserts and now your blocks can create curved walls with up to a 14 foot radius (measured to the back of the block).  

By using the base block, you can build a ten foot (10’) high wall with no soil reinforcement. This is a particularly beneficial in situations where certain excavating is needed behind the wall, such as the placement of poles or fencing. Size 24 x 48 x 4 and Weighs 2700 pounds

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Mid-Size Landscape

 

If you are looking for a landscape block that is large enough for the most demanding job, yet small enough to be handled with light-duty equipment, the Mid-size Landscape Block Form is the perfect form for you.

 

The Mid-Size Landscape Block looks great in residential settings. Where larger blocks tend to overwhelm the scale of a house, the Mid-Size Block looks right at home, even though the wall has the same mass as one built from our larger Landscape Blocks.  Each block weighs only 560 pounds.  That’s light enough to be handled with a skid-steer.  Size 12 x 24 x 3

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V-Interlock

 

Measures 2 feet high, 2 feet wide and 6 feet long, the block form takes 24 cubic feet of concrete to make a 3,600 pound block. Its the largest of the landscaping blocks. These blocks are perfect (and most commonly used) for industrial applications such as batch plant fencing and product divider bins.  

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Knob Style

24 x 24 x 48

 

These Knob Style block are 24”x24”x48” and require 16 cubic feet of concrete (making a 2,400 pound block)

Just about the simplest block form out there, the knob style block form makes life easy.

 

30 x 30 x 60

 

These Knob Style block are 30”x30”x60” and require 31-1/3 cubic feet of concrete (making a 4,700 pound block)

The Jumbo Block 24 x 36 x 72

The biggest of the big boys, the Jumbo Block certainly knows how to throw its weight around. Weighing in at 5,400 pounds with 36 cubic feet of concrete, the Jumbo Block stays where you put it. Working just like the knob style block form, with its simple interlocking system, the Jumbo Block makes an imposing wall.