Now you can build retaining walls, raised garden beds, garden, fences and house walls in concrete, rock or earth in half the time for half the price with the new innovative wallworker formwork.
The idea for these forms started when we lived on our small acreage farm and we needed to build concrete and rock walls quickly and simply.
After some research we found that slip forms were the best and fastest way for a novice to build concrete and rock walls. So using my mechanical engineering experience I made some crude forms and over several years we have developed them into a practical, versatile, wall building system that can be used by people with minimal building experience.
The Wallworker forms are:
- Quick and simple to set up and strip down
- Adjustable, so you can build walls from 100 to 300mm thick
- Fit together to make a continuous wall
- Climbs the wall as you build it
- Portable and stack flat for easy storage
- Ideal for small to medium wall jobs
People are using the forms to build all sorts of walls, from a hobby farmer building a stone wood shed, a construction manager building his own poured earth house, a chef building a 150 metre long concrete retaining wall on his small acreage to a vet building a concrete raised garden bed on her suburban block.
So if you want build concrete or rock retaining walls to create more level ground these forms are a fast, cost effective way to do the job.
Or if you have an abundance of rocks on your property and have never laid stone before these forms will assist you to build straight, vertical walls quickly and economically.
Or if you have the suitable earth and wish to build a shed or house using poured earth the forms give you that option.
There are several models available from 600mm deep forms to 300mm deep handy forms light enough for one person to use and corners and tees are available for all models. Clamping mechanism are also available to make your own forms.
You will be able to build walls quickly, efficiently and accurately with these tough, practical wallworker forms.
For further information visit www.wallworker.com.au