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Build a CT Fieldstone/Meadow Wall Pier

Wall Installation for CT Fieldstone and Meadow Wall blocks
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1. Measure desired wall length and place stakes at each end
2. Excavate earth to a depth of 4” – 6”
3. Excavate to a width of one block for a single-faced wall or to a width of two blocks for a double-faced wall
4. Compact bottom of trench with Hand Tamper
5. Add 1” – 2” of base gravel and tamp. Repeat until depth of trench is 2”
6. Add 1/2” of Paver Sand and screed until level
7. Tie String to end stakes at sand height to ensure that base is level
8. Beginning at the lowest point and the center of the trench, place wall stones in paver sand
9. Level wall stones both front-to-back and side-to-side
10. Use PL 300 Glue/Concrete adhesive or mortar to tie blocks and courses together
11. Finish by capping with optional Nantucket Pavers Wall Caps or Rivenstone Patio blocks for a more clean edge look.
12. Secure caps with concrete adhesive or mortar

Single Faced Wall

  • Use wall blocks as a single-faced wall for applications such as edging rows, garden walls or
  • Maximum height for single-faced row should not exceed three courses
  • Single-faced walls can also be capped
  • Wall Caps for single-faced walls require that you cut the 12” x 24” Wall Caps in half lengthwise, making 6” x 12” caps, using a standard masonry saw blade

Double faced Wall

  • Double sided walls can be used as open running walls and edging walls
  • Recommended overall double-faced wall height not to exceed 24”
  • Wall Caps (12’” x 24”) are available for double-faced walls or Rivenstone Patio blocks can be
    used for a more clean edge look.

Other uses for CT Fieldstone and Meadow Wall blocks

  • Reface old concrete steps
  • Unique edgers without caps
  • Planters
  • Piers with caps, or light caps
  • Mailbox piers