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null Natural Impressions 12 in. x 7 in. x 4 in. Flagstone Concrete Retaining Wall Block

Natural Impressions 12 in. x 7 in. x 4 in. Flagstone Concrete Retaining Wall Block

  • Self-aligning rear lip makes proper wall block setback automatic
  • Trapezoidal shape easily forms concave, convex, or straight walls
  • Split face technology shows the veining and definition of colors

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Product Overview

The Natural Impressions Flagstone Retaining Wall System combines earthen tones, rich textures and varied contours to provide the character of natural stacked slate. The multi-faceted face of the Natural Impressions Flagstone Retaining Wall System makes installation quick and easy. It provides a multi-dimensional look in next to no time. The Flagstone Retaining Wall is perfect for residential gardens, terraces, tree rings, seating areas and borders.

  • Drycast concrete construction for durability
  • Self-aligning rear lip and automatic setback for stable, hassle-free installation
  • Size and weight are approximate
  • Color in concrete products may vary from pallet to pallet, please purchase your projects all at one time
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

how many block for 4' high x 48' long wall

Asked by: Slim
For a 4 FOOT tall, 48 FOOT wide, 7 INCH deep wall, you will need 576 blocks. The specs on the blocks indicated each is 12' x 7" X 4" (l x w x h), or alternatively, 7" x 12" x 4". For a 4 foot high wall, it would take 12 stacked @4" each. For a 48 Foot long wall @ 12" (1 foot) each, it would take 48 blocks side-by-side. Therefore, 12 x 48 = 576. Home Depot recommends the blocks be limited to 2 feet tall, probably because the blocks are only held together by gravity, and there are no projections and indentations in the blocks to tie them together. One can use strong concrete adhesive between each layer, thereby increasing the lateral strength such as the pressure of water behind it. Further, Uniform Building Codes (UBC) require a footing and rebar to keep a wall greater than 3 feet tall, plus a 42" railing to keep people from falling off onto any surface within 3 feet of the edge. Home Depot's recommendation of 2 foot height limit avoids all that. "Slim's" question seems to infer an inappropriate use of these blocks.
Answered by: LL
Date published: 2017-03-09

Do you have any wall caps with sides that angle in, similar to the sides on the blocks?

My wall is curved and the caps at Home Depot are rectangular, so they don't really work for me. I've tried cutting them using a chisel and sledgehammer, but the result wasn't very neat.
Asked by: Jeff76
no these were meant to be for the home owner and requires no masonry work. wall caps need masonry under them to keep in place.
Answered by: rpsabq
Date published: 2017-02-28

can this be built with 90 degrees turns?

How do I use this if I have 90 degrees bend in my design?
Asked by: Danny
You can make a 90deg sharp corner as well as make a 90deg turn via a gradual curve. Turns have to be gradual though. You have to join the straight edges together to make the turn. You can cut the blocks to make them shorter but I would not recommend it unless you are gluing all the joints because a shorter block makes more seams which then makes the wall much weaker.
Answered by: Ephblum
Date published: 2016-06-18

Can we put cement in between these blocks to fill in the gaps instead of using top "caps" ?

Asked by: JDoe
Sure that will strengthen the joints too.
Answered by: daninkaty
Date published: 2016-05-26
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