Pics of a 135 degree wall angle?

xtreem3d

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
St. Louis
does anyone have any pics of an obtuse angle like a 135 that they have done in a wall ? i can only get the seams to stagger by about 1-maybe 2 inches at that intersection. this is similar to the one i'm on now
http://www.allanblock.com/retainingwalls/Installation/Landscape/design/designcurvescorner.aspx

It sounds like that way is OK but i don't like it and i'm afraid if i extend/ overhang the blocks (like you would in a tie wall) the seam won't look right..hoping to see a pic...can't find a thing on the net
Steve
 
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xtreem3d

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
St. Louis
The wall follows the contour of a concrete catch basin then turns left and runs parallel to a walk. They want the wall tight against the basin to help contain excess run off during down pours. Basically to contain the water and force it to hit the drain.
Steve
 
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xtreem3d

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
St. Louis
Sorry i should have made clear this is an inside 135 degree corner....so your pic is the correct angle but i need to see the back side.
Steve
BTW ..that looks nice
 

Lite4

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
Indianapolis, IN
Wow Rusk, I'm impressed! Is that Techo? I have never been able to chip back my edges to an angle without the inside color looking goofy and not matching the face. Nice job.
 

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