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# Questions and Answers for Angelus Block 6 in. x 6 in. x 16 in. Concrete Slump Stone Block

## Store SKU #619329

• Used for building walls on-site or on fences
• Offers strength and consistency same as of concrete block
• Intricately carved edges offer a seamless finish during stacking

28Questions
Q:How many come in a pallet?
by|Nov 11, 2023
Q:Can this be used for a retaining wall?
by|Sep 22, 2023
Q:I have a 25 ft long by 6 ft high wall, how many 16 x 6 x 6 blocks will I need?
by|Sep 4, 2023

by|May 21, 2024

A:  A math problem? 25' = 300". 300" / 16" is 18.75 or 19 bricks long. 6' = 72". 72" / 6" is 12. So a stack 12 high. 19 x 12 = 229 bricks.

by|Jun 10, 2024
Q:Where are the top caps for this color?
by|Jul 4, 2023
Q:I have 69 ft long 6ft tall wall I want to use the block 6x6x16 how many do I need and mortar mix bags?
by|Jan 25, 2023

A:  assuming footing is level to grade, approximately 621 block and 31 bags of 94# mortar.

by|Dec 11, 2023
Q:I have 65? long wall and need to go 7? in height I want to use the Tan 16?x6?x6? slump stone block. How many blocks, mortar bags and rebars will be needed? And how much of distance rebar need to be put in?
by|Dec 15, 2022

A:  The actual dimensions of the slump block are 1/2 under nominal to account for the mortar joint. So 5 /1/2 x 5 1/2 x 15 1/2. For a 65" wall you need 49 units per course. 7' would be 14 courses, but you will want to confirm with your municipality that you can go 7' high. Most areas will only allow 6'. You'll want to confirm what size and spacing on the rebar with your contractor or the building codes in your city. If you 7" high you'll need about 686 units of block and about 30 bags of 94# Spec Mix mortar. You can get gray mortar or tan, just check with your Home Depot on availability.

by|Dec 16, 2022
Q:How much discount if I buy in bulk
by|Nov 18, 2022