Retaining Wall Block

Retaining Wall Block – Stabilise sloping land

Retaining walls can sometimes be a necessity as they stabilise sloping land and prevents damage to your property. They can also provide an extra form of privacy, block undesirable views, or be a framework for your garden.

Retaining walls are a fantastic way to add value, character and appeal to your home. Not only will they accommodate to sloped areas in the garden – they can turn a spare piece of your garden into an extension of your living environment.

Want to take on this DIY project yourself? Visit our Knowledge Centre for tips & tricks on the job

Features

  • Smooth finish & contemporary colours
  • Interlockable – no need for mortar
  • Easy to handle
  • Low maintenance

Suitable for

  • Retaining walls
  • Garden walls
  • Straight and curved walls
  • Corners and steps

Maximum wall height: 1,200mm (3m when engineered). Please check with your local council regarding engineering requirements.

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Colour Range

Colours swatches and finish are a guide only and may present differently online. Please obtain the latest product samples before ordering by contacting your local store.

Limestone
Limestone
Oak
Oak
Charcoal
Charcoal
Specifications Finish Size (WxHxD) No. per m2 Weight per unit Units per pallet
Retaining Wall Block Standard Unit 390 x 190 x 245mm 13 24Kgs 60
Retaining Wall Block Corner Block 360 x 198 x 160mm - 17.2Kgs 36
Retaining Wall Block Capping Unit 230 x 90 x 245mm - 16Kgs 96

Product Description

Retaining Wall Block – Stabilise sloping land
Retaining walls can sometimes be a necessity as they stabilise sloping land and prevents damage to your property. They can also provide an extra form of privacy, block undesirable views, or be a framework for your garden. Retaining walls are a fantastic way to add value, character and appeal to your home. Not only will they accommodate to sloped areas in the garden – they can turn a spare piece of your garden into an extension of your living environment. Want to take on this DIY project yourself? Visit our Knowledge Centre for tips & tricks on the job