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Patterned Walls Cont.

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Tips for Building Patterned Walls

Patterned walls resemble hand-laid stone walls, and will require a certain level of detail and craftsmanship to construct. Some custom fitting of blocks will be required. Plan on taking a little extra time to build, particularly when building one for the first time.

Ending Patterned Walls

Patterned walls may be ended with step-down or turn-ins. When ending a patterned wall you will need to modify the pattern and randomly adjust as necessary to create the look desired.
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When building curves, the 2 course pattern is easier to work with than the 3 course pattern. Click here to build tighter inside or outside curves.

Additional Construction Tips

  • When building an Ashlar Blend wall, if an AB Junior Lite is not available, the AB Lite Stones must be cut to produce 2 AB Half Lites. Pre-cut the desired number of blocks to help speed installation. NOT USED - DON'T NEED TO CUT BLOCKS HAVE MOLDS
  • Offset each new pattern from the pattern below to maintain the "random" appearance.
  • With walls that have numerous inside and outside curves, use a 2 course pattern to ease the installation process.

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