Redi-Rock for Retaining Wall Contractors
Redi-Rock installs like a one-ton Lego, and who doesn’t love playing with Legos? Each massive, one-ton block has a knob and groove design that makes retaining walls fast and easy to install. All that’s required is a small excavator and a 1-2 person crew. With 5.75 sq. ft. of face per block, retaining and freestanding walls go up fast—plus, the design of the blocks allows for curved walls, 90 degree corners and much more to make a custom wall simple to install. Tall gravity walls are possible with Redi-Rock--meaning you won't have to mess with installing geogrid in many applications. For even taller walls, the incredibly efficient PC System for reinforced walls makes your job easier.
With fork slots for easy loading and unloading during retaining wall construction, you'll be glad you chose Redi-Rock for your project!
Naturally textured Redi-Rock retaining wall blocks are made from architectural-grade precast concrete which creates durable retaining walls that will stand the test of time. Plus, coordinating Freestanding walls, Columns, Steps, Caps, and Pavers help create a cohesive look. Redi-Rock walls are available in three textures—Ledgestone, Cobblestone, and Limestone—to match any project's aesthetic.
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For your next project, go with the leader in retaining wall innovation—go with Redi-Rock! Contact your local Redi-Rock retailer to get started.
Here you will find a thorough, step-by-step process for installing Redi-Rock walls. This is a must-read for anyone installing Redi-Rock walls.
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Mar 04, 2014
Redi-Rock at CONEXPO - CON/AGG
The Redi-Rock engineering team is at the CONEXPO - CON/AGG in Las Vegas. Stop by our booth through March 8th to see the latest innovations from Redi-Rock!
Mar 03, 2014
Solution for a "Grave" Problem
See how the KY Transportation Cabinet solved an urgent erosion issue on a roadway bordering a cemetery. The Redi-Rock gravity system allowed officials to repair the roadway without disturbing the cemetery. Read all about it on pg. 38-40 of the March issue of Erosion Control here.