Building with Everblock UK - CONNECTING EVERBLOCKS UK – Build Everblocks United Kingdom

Connecting the Everblocks is much the same as building with Lego. Each EverBlock Modular Building Block has a series of connector lugs, that are designed to sit in the underside of the next block. Sections can be staggered in 3″ intervals, so that 1, 2, 3, or 4 of the lug sets nest into the other block.

Lugs are designed to pressure fit into corresponding slots on the underside of the block on top. Underside ribbing provides structural support and a tight fit.

To start, simply align each new block over the block below and centre over the lugs that you want to connect with. Press down until you can’t push any further and blocks are fully connected.

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Click together the large modular plastic building blocks to make walls, seats, and shelving


Utilise a combination of modular building brick types, lug spacing, and block direction to create your object. Alternate the Everblocks as needed to create unique designs and consider the structural implication of aligning seam lines. When seams are aligned the construction is not as strong and we suggest staggering blocks.

Change block rotation to provide strength and to extend your object in another direction. This is ideal for  modular buildings, modular displays, and other multi directional structures.

Use smaller (4 lug) blocks and different spacing (i.e. 2,4,6, or 8 lugs connected) to create more detail and resolution for your objects and based on your specific needs.


To create a smooth top for amore finished look for your object, we have created finishing pieces that are flat topped pieces that snap to the top of your object. They are used to cover the connector lugs of each piece and can be used to create tops for tables, benches, and other objects that require a more finished look.

Alternatively you can supply your own tops in larger formats to create a coffee table using glass or any other smooth surface. we recommend using small rubber pips to make secure the resting surface from slipping.

We also finish off seating height block units with upholstered seating pads which are available on request.

You may also attach third party shelves and panels to create desks, displays, and other interesting objects.


Modular Building Blocks work best on level ground and we recommend you find a flat surface on which to build your creation.

If you need to create a level surface to build on, we recommend you level dirt surfaces as best as possible or use plywood sheets laid flat to create a level base. Alternatively, there are several suppliers of modular decks and flooring systems that offer economical solutions on soft or uneven ground.


Staggering blocks, so that the vertical seam lines are not aligned, will increase the strength of your object in the same way masons use this technique to strengthen walls. This method can be used when creating longer objects or taller walls that need to withstand wind, lateral pressure, or support roofs or other objects.

Depending on the size, application, or type of object you are building, it may be necessary to re-inforce your object for additional stability. We suggest using 1/2″ rebar or wood, metal, or PVC dowels, rods, or tubing to provide added strength. Insert these into the integrated channels that run through each block and into the blocks below or above. Rebar or other support material can be inserted into or fastened to the ground or support base below for additional strength.

Once inserted, the support rods will keep blocks from separating and provide additional wind loading capabilities and structural strength. Threaded rods may be used in conjunction with nuts to more tightly connect blocks to each other and enhance strength further.

For more information on reinforcing constructions, visit our Advanced Building Everblocks United Kingdom

Anchoring Your Constructions

Some applications, where you are building taller or more narrow objects may require anchoring to the ground. Use rebar, inserted into the cable channels, and driven 2-3ft into the ground below for additional support.   We recommend review by a local engineer for more challenging structural Modular Building Block applications.

For more information on anchoring, visit our Advanced Building Techniques Section


To disassemble our blocks, hold the lower block while pulling up on the upper block. This will dis-engage the pressure fit. Start from the top most row of blocks and move downwards. A flat head screwdriver is useful and speeds up separation of blocks. Simply insert the flat head screwdriver between upper and lower blocks and rotate to provide leverage for separation.

Depending on the stagger pattern used in the construction of the object, it may be necessary to remove adjacent blocks to reach and remove a specific target block on a lower row.

Stack disassembled blocks neatly for later use and nest where possible to protect connector lugs.