TIDWELL MASONRY | SAN DIEGO BLOCK WALLS
31640 NAUGATUCK AVE. CLAIREMONT - Our client was remodeling their home and wanted a block wall on both sides of their property. They chose the natural grey split-face block from RCP BLOCK AND BRICK for their project. They also wanted a PRE-CAST CONCRETE wall cap also in natural grey, which was purchased from LITE STONE CONCRETE. This wall cap matches the other PRE-CAST CONCRETE products we installed on this project. Lite Stone Concrete's website is HERE.
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31640 NAUGATUCK AVE. CLAIREMONT - Each wall is appoximately 168 feet long and 6 feet tall. We built a 3 foot high retaining wall between these two walls so they could build a swimming pool in the backyard. This retaining wall has a unique water feature made with precast concrete, that you can see HERE.
31640 NAUGATUCK AVE. CLAIREMONT - Not only did we build the wall, our client had us put in the pool coping for them instead of the pool contractor. The pool coping was also purchased at LITE STONE CONCRETE.
4220 BANCROFT DR. LA MESA - Our client has a front yard that is above a busy street and they wanted to make it a little more private. They were surfing the web and found our web site. They saw that we had done something that was what they had in mind. They wanted a low wall built on the edge of their property that would block the view from below without blocking their view.
4220 BANCROFT DR. LA MESA - They have a slump block veneer on the front of their home. Naturaly they wanted the wall built using the same block. The block is the "adobe" colored slump block from RCP BLOCK AND BRICK.
4220 BANCROFT DR. LA MESA - Our client wanted to have pilasters built that would have lighting on top of each of them. They chose to have us build a light fixture using GLASS BLOCK instead of purchasing a fixture. We puchased matching cap pieces at LITE STONE CONCRETE. These caps are easily removable when the lights need to be replaced. As you can see below, the lights work and look GREAT! If you like this idea for lighting, you can see what types of glass block are available HERE.