Mortarless segmental retaining walls provide an easy enhancement to a variety of landscape projects from small erosional control projects to retaining wall systems used along a highway. Segmental wall systems are durable, easy to use and quick to install, often used in place of treated wood, cast-in-place concrete, steel, and other retaining wall systems. Their natural aesthetic and versatile uses enable them to blend into different environments. At Baines Masonry, we have a range of segmental wall systems perfect for your next project!
Norfolk™ Retaining Wall Block System
The Norfolk™ Retaining Wall Block System is a stepped (17°) interlocking wall system with
a ‘rock face’ textured finish and a natural palette of colours to blend into any landscape setting.
The Norfolk™ Retaining Wall Block System was developed to provide an attractive cost-effective retaining wall of up to 900mm (subject to local council
requirements) without reinforcement or engineer’s certification. Norfolk™ Blocks can be built straight, curved or terraced to fit the contours
of an embankment. Each Block is made of high strength, low absorption, and maintenance free concrete.
The Tasman™ Retaining Wall Block System
The Tasman™ retaining wall system is the premium retaining wall product for near vertical and very high retaining walls. Its natural rock face finish and colours, with purpose made corner and capping units, ensure a beautifully finished landscape solution.
- Near Vertical Walls
- Do it Yourself
- No Concrete Footings Required
- Wide range of natural colours
- 90° Corners, Steps, Straight or Curved Walls
- Walls to 660mm high without reinforcement or engineering (subject to local council requirements)
The unique design of the Tasman allows increased flexibility over other retaining wall systems in the way it allows near vertical walls to curve or have
90* corners. The blocks are easily dry-stacked and their patented design ensures that the block below locks into the block above with a minimal 10mm
setback to form an attractive structural retaining wall. The capping unit is adhered to the top course of blocks to finish off the wall.
To discuss how you can incorporate one of our Baines Masonry segmental wall systems, contact a representative today!