Atlanta Modular Block Supplier
Modular block, an attractive alternative to the use of natural stone retaining walls, is popular as a retaining wall material because not only is it attractive but it is less expensive than natural stone. With five different kinds of modular block to choose from at Alliance Stone, you are sure to find what you need here.
An advantage to modular block retaining wall systems is that they allow for some design flexibility. You can construct curved walls for them and they are easily and quickly installed as they do not require much in the way of site preparation to construct. In addition, modular block is durable, damage-resistant, almost maintenance-free, and since you don’t use mortar to set them, they are not susceptible to cracking.
North Georgia Modular Retaining Wall Blocks
Pre-engineered, modular block retaining walls employ the same interlocking design as natural stone walls without the earth moving requirements. Thus, an industrious homeowner can install the units themselves without the concern that the walls will overturn. Modular block systems are gravity structures, meaning that they rely on their own weight and coherent mass to remain upright and non-sliding. Their segmented design makes your modular block retaining wall permeable which relieves it of hydrostatic pressure and requires less material for resistance to be obtained.
So if your property needs a retaining wall and either you don’t want to use a natural stone product or you cannot afford to, modular block systems offer a great alternative. At Alliance Stone, our helpful, experienced, and knowledgeable professionals will gladly assist you in your selection of modular block that best suits your needs.
Contact our Atlanta Modular Block Supplier at Alliance Stone to see what we have to offer you in the way of modular block. We’ll assist you in your selection, instruct you about how to install it, and deliver it right to your doorstep.
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