Columns, Caps, Steps and PaversRedi-Rock's collection of Columns, Caps, Steps, and Pavers feature the timeless look of natural stone. These accessories are a great addition to Redi-Rock Retaining and Freestanding walls because they coordinate beautifully. Columns are a great addition to road or bridge projects, and Redi-Rock staircases are found in residential and commercial settings across North America. Caps give any project a more finished look, and pavers make beautiful patios.
Specify Redi-Rock accessories on your next project! Benefits include:
- An easy-to install design
- The durability of wet-cast concrete
- Zero maintenance
- Coordinating components for a finished look
To see sizes of each of Columns, Caps, Steps, and Pavers, view a PDF of Redi-Rock block details here!
(see pg. 45-49)
Redi-Rock Columns are available in Ledgestone and Cobblestone textures to coordinate with any project's architecture or aesthetics. Steps, Caps, and Pavers all feature a split limestone texture that integrates perfectly with other Redi-Rock products!
Redi-Rock Accessories are available in hues that blend in with your local landscape. Contact your local retailer for availability!
The Redi-Rock Design Resource Manual is an invaluable resource for any engineer or architect designing a Redi-Rock wall.
Download the Redi-Rock Design Resource Manual today! Due to large file sizes, we've split the DRM into several sections which you can download here:
Gravity Walls: 41"_ 60"_ 9" Setback
Reinforced Walls: 28" Series and PC System
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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.