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by Cherie Gilbert last modified Aug 23, 2007 07:58 AM
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Concrete Screen Block

Posted by Cherie Gilbert at August 16. 2007

Does anyone know where to buy screen block like they use to use for patio walls in the 50' and 60's? I found a company called Tilco (www.tilecoinc.com) but they are in Hawaii!

Cherie

Re: Concrete Screen Block

Posted by Eileen Gill at August 21. 2007

Cherie,

I know there is someone in town who makes this (or nearby). I have forwardedyour post to a friend who has come across these.  One thing I know it that they are not cheap.  Will post again when I find out where they come from.  They used them at the shopping center on S. Congress that Joel Mozersky did.  I will try to contact him too.

Best,

Eileen

Re: Concrete Screen Block

Posted by Cherie Gilbert at August 22. 2007

Thanks Eileen, that would be great! We have looked and looked and can't find them.

Cherie


Re: Concrete Screen Block

Posted by Eileen Gill at August 22. 2007

My friend said that they come from a place called Featherlite that's up north near RR. 

here is their website!  Good luck.

http://www.featherlitetexas.com/locations/RRB.htm 

Re: Concrete Screen Block

Posted by Cherie Gilbert at August 22. 2007

Thanks Eileen, I called them and they don't make them anymore. Anyone else have any more information?

Cherie

Re: Concrete Screen Block

Posted by Gregory La Vardera at August 23. 2007
This company used to make them: http://www.youngblock.com/ You have to give them a call and see if they still do. Otherwise head over to http://www.modernphoenix.net and ask there. I think they know some sources.
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