Junior Block Retaining Walls
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Junior Block

Junior Block – Allan Block

The Junior Block has a split texture which is ideal for building, large, strong and durable retaining walls. Junior Block’s can create straight or curved walls, right angle corners, steps and terraced walls.

Retaining walls can sometimes be a necessity as it stabilises 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.

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

Features

  • Easy to stack block size
  • Speciality capping unit for a chic finish
  • Premium split face surface texture
  • Speciality corner and block capping units

Suitable for

  • Near vertical retaining walls
  • Straight or curved garden walls
  • Residential walls and retaining walls
  • Planter boxes and vegetable patches

Colour Range

Oatmeal
Oatmeal
Sunstone
Sunstone
Charcoal
Charcoal
Biscuit Blend
Biscuit Blend
Bondi Blend
Bondi Blend
SpecificationsSize (WxHxD)No. per m2Weight per unitUnits per pallet
Junior Block Cap Short216 x 80 x 245mm4.6L/m11.6kgs180 units
Junior Block Cornerstone400 x 200 x 196mm-28.1kgs50 units
Junior Block216 x 200 x 240mm239.4kgs144 units
Junior Bullnose Cap300 x 50 x 300mm3.3L/m9.6kgs192 units

Product Description

Junior Block – Allan Block

The Junior Block has a split texture which is ideal for building, large, strong and durable retaining walls. Junior Block’s can create straight or curved walls, right angle corners, steps and terraced walls.Retaining walls are a fantastic way to add value, character and appeal to your home. Not only will it accommodate to sloped areas in the garden – it can turn a spare piece of garden into an extension of your living environment.Retaining walls can sometimes be a necessity as it stabilises 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.Want to take on this DIY project yourself? Visit our Knowledge Centre for tips & tricks on the job!