Most of the products available at the yards are available also from the Willow Creek Concrete Products manufacturing plants in Faribault and Kimball. Contact information for the CSYs and the plants is at the bottom of this page.
Our contractor sales yards carry our full line of products, including VERSA-LOK retaining walls, Willow Creek and Unilock pavers, Rosetta hardscapes, porcelain pavers, Envirolok vegetated walls, and concrete manhole products, along with mulch, sand, dirt and other landscaping materials.
Infusion is an advanced manufacturing process that enhances not only the appearance, but also the performance, of Willow Creek Select Series™ and 7cm Tekstone™ pavers.
The Select Series includes Willow Creek’s Slatestone™, Slatestone Grande™, Eurostone™ and Dekrastone™ paver families.
This proprietary manufacturing process enhances the paver’s performance and appearance. Specifically, the process:
- Enhances paver color and extends the life of the paver’s bright, vibrant “new paver” look
- Improves stain resistance for everyday use
- Reduces absorption, making the paver more durable
The Infusion process has proven its reliability through rigorous testing. Pavers manufactured using the Infusion process have been exposed to all four seasons in the Upper Midwest to test for the effects of weathering. Timed muriatic acid durability tests prove that pavers manufactured using the Infusion process show less surface degradation than other pavers.
Willow Creek is proud to introduce this innovative manufacturing process to the Midwest. See for yourself the difference that the Infusion process makes. Contact your VERSA-LOK Midwest representative for more information.
The dust produced when concrete is saw cut poses a potential health hazard to workers. The U. S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued its final rule to protect workers from exposure to silica dust. The rule requires that employers “use engineering controls (such as water or ventilation) to limit worker exposure to the PEL (permissible exposure limit); provide respirators when engineering controls cannot adequately limit exposure; limit worker access to high exposure areas; develop a written exposure control plan, offer medical exams to highly exposed workers, and train workers on silica risks and how to limit exposures.”