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Old 10-05-2011, 09:54 AM   #1
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Techo-Bloc Walkway/Walls


I'm in the process of negotiating with a local landscape firm to replace a front walkway and build a small (40' long X 2' high wall) in our back yard.
We're considering using Techo-Bloc pavers and wall stone rather than slate or other real stone or other manufactured alternatives. Would love to hear from anyone who has had experience with this product.
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Rob
p.s. Should have done this first, but have done a DIY search on Techo-Bloc and it seems to be among the preferred products for this type of application. Still interested in any input from folks in the know.


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Rob,

Techo makes a fine concrete paver. They are either produced in Quebec or Pennsylvania. They are a little bit on the pricey side. I might look at some pavers locally produced pavers. Genest Concrete and Gagne both produce pavers in Maine. The Genest pavers are produced in Sanford and have a lifetime warranty. They also produce several styles of segmental block retaining walls in matching colors.

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