Versa-Lok: Harmony segmental retaining wall system

April 8, 2016 -  By

The Versa-Lok Harmony segmental retaining wall (SRW) system offers an economical and attractive solution for random-pattern wall designs.

The Versa-Lok Harmony SRW system uses Versa-Lok Standard and Cobble wall units, available in both traditional split-face and weathered finishes, to create unlimited design options. The units can be combined in countless ways for natural-looking designs such as one-of-a-kind combinations of color and texture.

At half the width and the same height as Standard units, Cobble units can be set randomly among Standard units or the two units can be set in a repeating ratio. The combination of Standard and Cobble units allows for a tighter radius on curved walls than using Standard units alone.

The Harmony wall system uses Versa-Lok‘s exclusive top-down, hole-to-slot pinning system for greater stability and design flexibility. Versa-Lok SRW systems allow the creation of corners, columns, stairs, curves and freestanding and seat walls with split-textured face on both sides without cutting or gapping. Solid Versa-Lok wall units have no voids to fill, making installation simple and quick. The Harmony wall system also easily accommodates geogrid for tall walls.

Kelly Limpert

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