Internet #100129954

Model # M0616MANO001

Store SKU #401536

0735414323000

6 in. x 16 in. Concrete Garden Wall Blocks

Overview

Twelve by sixteen retaining wall blocks are the perfect choice for landscape projects where the desire is to have landscape elevation changes. Made of durable concrete, the retaining wall units are heavy enough to retain soil for terraces and garden walls and planters. Professionals and do it yourselfers choose these retaining wall units because installation is relatively fast and easy requiring only basic tools.
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Product Overview

Twelve by sixteen retaining wall blocks are the perfect choice for landscape projects where the desire is to have landscape elevation changes. Made of durable concrete, the retaining wall units are heavy enough to retain soil for terraces and garden walls and planters. Professionals and do it yourselfers choose these retaining wall units because installation is relatively fast and easy requiring only basic tools.
  • Drycast concrete construction for use building retaining walls up to 3-1/2 ft. high
  • Trapezoid shape is ideal for straight and curved walls
  • Gray finish
  • Rear lip provides stability and makes alignment simple during installation
  • Easily installs on a compacted gravel base without concrete footing
  • 1-1/2 units per sq. ft.
  • Size and weight are approximate
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

Product Overview

Model #: M0616MANO001
Sku #: 401536
Internet #: 100129954

Twelve by sixteen retaining wall blocks are the perfect choice for landscape projects where the desire is to have landscape elevation changes. Made of durable concrete, the retaining wall units are heavy enough to retain soil for terraces and garden walls and planters. Professionals and do it yourselfers choose these retaining wall units because installation is relatively fast and easy requiring only basic tools.

  • Drycast concrete construction for use building retaining walls up to 3-1/2 ft. high
  • Trapezoid shape is ideal for straight and curved walls
  • Gray finish
  • Rear lip provides stability and makes alignment simple during installation
  • Easily installs on a compacted gravel base without concrete footing
  • 1-1/2 units per sq. ft.
  • Size and weight are approximate
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Depth (in.)
12.00
Actual Product Height (in.)
6.00
Actual Product Width (in.)
16.00
Face Feet (sq. ft.)
0.67
Nominal Product Depth (in.)
12
Nominal Product Height (in.)
6
Nominal Product Width (in.)
16

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Face Texture
Splitface
Face Type
Beveled
Features
Textured
Landscape Supply Type
Retaining Wall Block
Material
Concrete
Packaging Type
Pallet
Product Weight (lb.)
57 lb
Square Feet per Piece
.66

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Depth (in.)
12.00
Actual Product Height (in.)
6.00
Actual Product Width (in.)
16.00
Face Feet (sq. ft.)
0.67
Nominal Product Depth (in.)
12
Nominal Product Height (in.)
6
Nominal Product Width (in.)
16

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Face Texture
Splitface
Face Type
Beveled
Features
Textured
Landscape Supply Type
Retaining Wall Block
Material
Concrete
Packaging Type
Pallet
Product Weight (lb.)
57 lb
Square Feet per Piece
.66

Questions & Answers

How can I cut one of these 6" X 16" concrete garden wall blocks in half or do you sell ones already in half?

Asked by: Tyster
They don't sell half blocks, but getting cut in half is not too difficult. Make a pencil line all around the block where you want it cut. If you have a masonry blade in a circular saw, you can make a scoring cut all around. Otherwise, use a wide cold chisel to score the line (hitting with a hammer) and keep going around the block. Wear safety glasses. At some point the block will fracture into 2 pieces.
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2019-04-30

How many blocks does it take to make a circle and what would the inside diameter be

Asked by: Rls
Here is a method to use. The blocks are 16" wide at the points and 12" from front edge to back edge. They are about 10.5" at the back and 10.5" from the back to a line that connect the front points. Cut paper pieces and make a scale model of your circle. I might use a mm scale to make it easy to measure. Lay the pieces out until you get a circle and count the blocks. Then measure the diameter of inside of the circle and multiply by the conversion factor of your scale. I'm assuming you are making a fire pit or something. If you are stacking multiple layers, be aware that the blocks will be staggered by a half block and will rest with an offset equal to the locking tab on the back of the block. Each row will probably have a half or full block less than the row below. Your lowest row can have a gap between blocks (not touching sides) to get a bigger circle and then covered with the next row to cover the gaps. Do your layout on paper first. The blocks are heavy and you can get an accurate count of blocks. The blocks can be cut if necessary.
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2019-10-01

How many blocks would I need for a wall 4' high, and 70' long?

How many blocks would I need for a wall 4' high, and 70' long?
Asked by: Mellow
The math is simple. Each block is 6" high so divide 48" (4 feet) by 6 and you have your number of rows. The blocks are 16" long, so multiply 70 (feet) by 12 to get the number of inches in your horizontal run (70 feet) and divide the result by 16 (length of each block in inches). That will give you a pretty decent estimate of the number of 16" blocks it will take for a 70 foot run. Now multiply the number of bricks in that run (the bottom row figure that you just calculated) by the number of bricks from bottom to top (your first calculation above) and you will have the total number of bricks for the wall. However, I assume this is a straight wall, rather than curved. If it is curved, the math will be more or less the same though I would buy one additional vertical row's worth in case your curve encounters an obstacle that requires a slightly longer run. Saves a trip to the distributor, and you can always use these stones in the yard somewhere. And in the volume you are talking about, you should be able to find a pretty low price. I wouldn't just accept whatever is stated as the price in advertising without trying to dicker another 5 or 10% cut, maybe more.
Answered by: DIYS5
Date published: 2019-12-10

can i get some of these that are cut in half

I do not want to cut the end stones in half. I am hoping you provide half stones and how do I add a stair step
Asked by: Fred
They don't sell half blocks. A wide cold chisel and hammer is needed to score the block around the perimeter. Keep hitting until it breaks in half. A masonry blade in a circular saw can create a nice scoring line where you need to make a cut. Then start whacking.
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2019-04-23
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