Installing a retaining wall enhances curb appeal and improves your property’s functionality.
The most basic use for a retaining wall is to prevent soil from moving. However, they can also be used to create flower gardens or more usable space on your property.
If your landscape has sharp gradient changes, a retaining wall is a worthwhile feature. It provides structural support to large masses of soil, and a beautifully designed retaining wall can be an attractive focal point for your yard.
They also have additional benefits, including:
- Structural support
- Preventing soil erosion and providing flood control
- Adding functional space to your yard
- Creating a beautiful space
In addition to preventing possible landscape disasters, retaining walls add value to your outdoor space.
If the worst should happen and your retaining wall fails or breaks, we can repair it without completely replacing the wall, saving you time and money.
Often a retaining wall fails because of water problems. Not only will we repair the wall or replace it, but we also fix the water drainage issue that’s causing the wall to fail.
Our solutions resolve the root of the problem so you don’t have another broken retaining wall down the road. Our decades of experience and commitment to customer service provides you with a long-lasting solution and peace of mind.
In addition to repairing or replacing a retaining wall, our team builds retaining walls using a variety of techniques and materials. This includes continuous pour concrete, cinder block with rebar and concrete, or even locking retaining wall blocks.
The choice of materials is determined by what you prefer and what may be required by the engineer. We will do our best to use the materials that you want without compromising the structural integrity of the wall.
Depending on the size and area of the retaining wall, it may need to be engineered to prevent or minimize future failures.