Our most recent redi-rock retaining wall install went well. Basically, we didn’t run into any major problems. There was a lot of room to work, which always makes a difference. Installing these Michigan redi-rock retaining walls goes quite quickly after the installation of the first initial row. The first row takes time due to the fact that the block has to be about a foot into the ground, on top of a well compacted crushed concrete and gravel base. You just have to make sure that it is perfectly level with your laser level, then you get to throw them down like hot cakes. These retaining wall systems are also called redi-wall by some. Whatever you want to call these 2500 pound interlocking blocks, they are the way to go if your project requires heavy land retention or a taller wall.