Signature Stone is proud to be an exclusive dealer of the Redi-Rock™ retaining wall system. Retaining walls are a major feature in many building projects today. They are no longer simply utilitarian in nature and are now being integrated into the overall look and feel of the project. Developers, builders and homeowners expect the design quality of a project to include structural items, like retaining walls, since they add that important “finished” quality.
Redi-Rock is a retaining wall system with the natural rock look. Each block locks together and provides the option for building taller walls, closer to property lines. Redi-Rock also includes free-standing walls and architectural columns.
The Essence of Natural Rock
The natural rock appearance of Redi-Rock™ fits beautifully into any landscape. Redi-Rock™ is designed to make any application possible. Uses can include residential and commercial retaining walls, low landscape walls, shoreline protection, sea walls, golf course tee-boxes and elevated greens, and more. And because Redi-Rock™ can easily be stained after installation, your wall can match or blend in with the surrounding environment
Redi-Rock™: Designed for Today’s High-density Development
Its unique design and engineering make it possible to install a Redi-Rock™ retaining wall in tight spaces as well. Unlike many other products, Redi-Rock™ does not require a geo-grid for installation between 13 feet and 18 feet in height, depending on soil conditions. Consequently, it occupies less space and maximizes land use – two important goals for today’s developers and homeowners.
Signature Stone can also produce these blocks in a variety of colors to match your landscape design, or custom colors to enhance the surrounding colors of your project.
Redi-Rock™ offers fast, easy installation. It installs with one or two laborers and a small piece of construction equipment, and is the preferred retaining wall system of many experienced contractors. Setting the blocks is simple and fast with the self-aligning knob-and-groove system.
Redi-Rock™ offers one of the only natural rock-look retaining wall blocks on the market today. Your project can have a distinct and specialized look with our Split Limestone or Cobblestone faces that are truly the “essence of natural rock!”
Redi-Rock® walls create usable land. Whether you need to protect a shoreline from erosion, create a bigger backyard, or make room for parking lot – Redi-Rock can help you find a solution to make the most of your space.
Redi-Rock blocks look good. That’s because each block is cast in a mold taken from real natural stone. Signature Stone can help you choose color options that match your landscape!
Limestone blocks have a natural split limestone texture that beautifully mimics real quarried stone. These large-scale block faces are perfect for commercial and residential projects or anything in between. Up to 23 square feet (2 square meters) of non-repeating texture is available.
Ledgestone blocks give projects a random, stacked stone look. Because they’re made using architectural-grade precast concrete, the level of detail in the texture is outstanding. Up to 115 square feet (10.5 square meters) of non-repeating texture is available.
Cobblestone blocks have a great stacked stone aesthetic. Each one-ton block features the appearance of six smaller blocks, making it a great look for projects that need a smaller-scale look. Up to 23 square feet (2 square meters) of non-repeating texture is available.
Kingstone adds a fourth texture to the Redi-Rock aesthetic arsenal. Striking a balance between the grandiose scale of Limestone and rugged relief of Ledgestone, Kingstone appears weathered by water and time like the crown of a natural stone outcropping. With each Redi-Rock block looking like a large, quarried stone, Kingstone will transform retaining walls into castle-worthy walls.
Redi-Rock may be a simple large block retaining wall system, but it’s incredibly versatile. Multiple block widths and batter options allow you to create a custom solution for any project. You can even combine multiple block types in the same wall. This allows you to optimize your wall designs to create the most efficient cross section possible.