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Old 08-21-2012, 11:02 PM
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Originally Posted by DVS Hardscaper View Post
No. In this case you do not need to bury more than the first course. For this application you're good with 1" / foot of wall height. If a patio is adjoining the wall - the patio will hold the wall from sliding forward. The purpose of burying block is so the wall doesn't slide.
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Dang i have always buried the first course. Now I can save some serious time on my next job!! there's always something to learn
Where is that one tool, that I left... At the one job.... Or maybe the other? Where am I? Whose truck is this?
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