How to Install a Retaining Wall

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, 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.

With fork slots for easy loading and unloading during retaining wall construction, you'll be glad you chose Redi-Rock for your project!

Installation Manual

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.

Download the Installation Manual in 3 sections to find:

  • Part 1:
    • Pre-construction Checklist
    • Detailed construction sequence info
    • Details on installing all Redi-Rock product lines, including the PC System
  • Part 2: Block Details
  • Part 3: Construction Details
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News

Sep 15, 2014
Redi-Rock for Flood Protection

Materials Inc Flood ProtectionRedi-Rock retaining walls were recently installed in Madrid, NM after flooding last year caused extensive damage to the small mining town. Click here to view an article and video featuring the walls which were manufactured by Materials Inc. 

Sep 08, 2014
Water And Walls

Check out this article in the July/August 2014 issue of Erosion Control on the topic of retaining walls for water applications. It includes a section highlighting CPM Group's Redi-Rock project at Foryd Harbour in Rhyl, North Wales. Read the article here.

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