Belgard Belair Wall

BelAir Wall™ Collection

    

An excellent alternative to traditional retaining wall systems Timeless multipiece design for maximum versatility Engineered for easy installation and alignment Ideal for a wide range of applications, from sweeping curved walls and raised patios, to steps and columns.BelAir Wall™ offers designers, contractors and homeowners the ideal solution for residential and light commercial retaining and free-standing wall construction where pleasing aesthetics are a key consideration. The attractive multipiece design and blended colors offer an alternative look to traditional retaining wall units. The design of this easy-to-use product allows for sweeping curves. The system can be used in applications ranging from curves to corners, terraces to raised patios, or steps to columns.

When to Use a Pattern for Free-standing Walls

You can install the BelAir Wall™ free-standing wall system in a random pattern using any combination of units. Just avoid vertical lines that span more than 18 inches in height. If you are building a straight wall, use a pattern for inspiration or follow a pattern exactly. Pleasing random patterns can be built using an equal square footage of 3- and 6-inch-high units. The estimating formulas in this brochure are based on using an equal square footage of units of each size in each height. When using a pattern, begin at one edge laying the units as indicated. Install at least one repeat of the pattern to establish the pattern before proceeding to the next course.

When to Use a Pattern for Retaining Walls

You can install the BelAir Wall™ retaining wall system in a random pattern using any combination of units. Just avoid vertical lines that span more than 18 inches in height. If you are building a wall without geosynthetic reinforcement, use a pattern for inspiration or follow a pattern exactly. Pleasing random patterns can be built using an equal number of 3- and 6-inch-high units. The estimating formulas in this brochure are based on using an equal number of units of each size in each height. When building a wall that includes geosynthetic reinforcement, using a pattern at the appropriate spacing eliminates the need to cut the grid. When using a pattern, begin at one edge laying the units as indicated. Install at least one repeat of the pattern to establish the pattern before proceeding to the next course.