Installing Reinforced Retaining Walls
Redi-Rock walls are reinforced using the highly efficient Redi-Rock Positive Connection (PC) system that has rigorous testing behind it. Due to the massive size of each block, reinforcement requirements are reduced—saving you time and money on installation. Installing a PC System does not require special pins or extra parts--simply pull a strip of geogrid through the block's slot.
Other benefits of Redi-Rock PC System walls include:
Superior seismic performance
Simplified wall construction sequence
Increased wall height with reduced geosynthetic reinforcement requirements
The ability to coordinate with Freestanding walls, Columns, Planter blocks, and Pavers to create a complete solution for your project
You can count on the Redi-Rock PC System to install easily and stand the test of time.
Redi-Rock is available in three distinct stone textures to match the aesthetics of your project's architecture or landscape. Redi-Rock blocks install the same no matter what texture they are--making installation simple and fast.
- Ledgestone: Deep, random texture and rich coloring help Ledgestone walls match indigenous stone and soil hues in your area. The texture on each block makes individual blocks nearly indistinguishable, giving the impression of a natural, random stone wall.
- Cobblestone: Even though the face of these blocks is 5.75 sq. ft., the chiseled Cobblestone texture gives each block the appearance of six small blocks. These blocks can be colored or stained to achieve the aesthetic you’re looking for.
- Limestone: The quarried face of Redi-Rock Limestone blocks looks great in larger scale projects. These blocks can be colored or stained to achieve the aesthetic you’re looking for.
Redi-Rock blocks are available in hues that blend in with your local landscape. Contact your local retailer for availability!
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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Jan 26, 2015
Unique Bridge Repair Using GRS Wall
Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil (GRS) is a hot topic right now and our newest case study just happens to highlight a GRS wall project! Click here to learn more about how the town of North Haven, Maine overcame a variety of challenges by rebuilding a deteriorating marine bridge using Redi-Rock blocks in a GRS application.
Jan 19, 2015
Another Redi-Rock Project Honored
Another awesome Redi-Rock project was recently listed as one of Storm Water Solution Magazine's, "2014 Top Storm Water & Erosion Control Projects." Congratulations to Redi-Rock Walls of the Adirondacks for their Lake George Beach Road construction project in New York, featured in the November /December 2014 issue of Storm Water Solutions. Read about it here!