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Mini Beltis 3 in. H x 8 in. W x 4 in. D Harbor Concrete Retaining Wall Block (378-Piece/Pallet)

Product Overview

Add charm to a backyard or garden with the Harbor Beltis retaining wall block. A do-it-yourself retaining wall product that offers a natural flagstone appearance. Ideal for small retaining walls, raised flower beds and garden walls. Use stacked for walls or in singular rows as edging.
  • Ideal for small retaining walls, raised flower beds and garden walls
  • Creates a naturally worn, beltis look
  • Easily creates straight and curved walls
  • 2-sided walls, small retaining walls, raised flower beds, garden walls
  • Color, dimension, weight and texture may slightly vary due to natural materials used during manufacturing

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Depth (in.)
4.00
Actual Product Height (in.)
3.00
Actual Product Width (in.)
8.00
Face Feet (sq. ft.)
0.17
Maximum Build Height (ft.)
1.25 ft
Nominal Product Depth (in.)
4
Nominal Product Height (in.)
3
Nominal Product Width (in.)
8

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Harbor
Face Texture
Splitface
Face Type
Beveled
Features
Textured
Landscape Supply Type
Retaining Wall Block
Material
Concrete
Number of Pieces
378 Piece
Packaging Type
Pallet
Product Weight (lb.)
8
Square Feet per Piece
0.17

Questions & Answers

8Questions11Answers

I have a 26in wide by one foot how many would I need?

Asked by Carm June 22, 2020
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Answer

12 bricks in a circle will give you an inside diameter of approximately 30 inches

What is the inside diameter of a perfect circle (12?) of these?

Asked by Mark June 20, 2020
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Answer

Using 12 stones in a circle, this inside diameter is approximately 30-31 inches

Can you use this as a edging for a stone driveway in place of Belgian block?

Asked by Barb June 11, 2020
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Answer

Absolutely

can these be used for a firepit?

Asked by rickl June 8, 2020
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Answers

I used these to create fire pit as the fire pit pavers were sold out. 12 each row and 5 rows for a total of 60 clocks is what i used. Worked out to a 33 inch outside diameter fire pit.

It states max height as 1.25 feet. Is max based on not using mortar or brick glue? If we use bric...

Asked by vnysmnn May 31, 2020
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Answer

I didn't use mortar or brick glue, but you certainly could!

Is there a cap for this block?

Asked by Robbo May 16, 2020
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Answer

Not that I'm aware of. However, each brick has a smooth side and a rough side.

How many to complete a circle?

Asked by BigAl May 3, 2020
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Answer

I used 12 for each level

how many to make a perfect circle?

Asked by Rodney April 21, 2020
3
Answers

12 for each row worked great to create fire pit

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 105 reviews
  • 100% recommend this product
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Nice product. We made a surround for our mailbox!
Nice product. We made a surround for our mailbox!
by Mommabird
I loved these pavers , They were perfect for my...
I loved these pavers , They were perfect for my project .
by Madelyn
Perfect for a fire pit! Three or four levels of 12....perfect for an insert, or by itself!!
Perfect for a fire pit! Three or four levels of 12....perfect for an insert, or by itself!!
by David
Looks good for a border
Looks good for a border
by Fred
Gorgeous addition!!
Gorgeous addition!!
by Retainingwall1
This stone is more white in color... not tan.
This is a great block... I've used it before on other projects. But as other users have said here, if you think you're buying a brown/tan colored stone, think again. I did an order online and they brought out a pallet of this stuff and it was all white. It literally almost looked like marble. If light grey or white is what you're looking for, I'd recommend this product. If you're looking for tan, look elsewhere or go to the store first to make sure it's the color you want it to be.
by MattB
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by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Easy and economical way to make garden borders....
Easy and economical way to make garden borders.
by HomeDepotCustomer
The are excellent for tree rings and garden edging. The...
The are excellent for tree rings and garden edging. The are smaller than typical retaining wall blocks so they are easier to work with because they are lighter weight. I didn’t try using them for a retaining wall but I am somewhat skeptical about them being stacked 4 high and being able to hold back the soil without the use of mortar, Because of their size and weight I don’t think they would be stable enough to withstand the pressure of the soil, just my opinion. Otherwise they are great, they look great, they coordinate well with Belgium blocks and bluestone if you have either close by. I highly recommend these to anyone looking for a great landscape block.
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