Retaining Walls

Mitigate slopes and add visual interest with retaining walls.

Retaining Walls: Where form meets function

Landscape retaining wall design while often a necessity, does not need to be boring. A retaining wall is meant to hold or retain soil behind it. There are many types of materials that can be used to create retaining walls such as concrete blocks, poured concrete, treated timbers, rocks or boulders. Some are easy to use, others have a shorter life span, but all can retain soil.

Over the years many different retaining wall materials have helped to alter the landscape in which we live. From railroad ties or treated timbers to wall stones, natural stones, bricks and concrete block.

While wood is often an inexpensive and simple choice for a retaining wall, its short lifespan makes it a relatively poor choice. As the wood decomposes, so does your retaining wall and the integrity of your usable space. Stones, rocks or boulders can create beautiful retaining walls, but the installation of these materials can be expensive and labor intensive. Furthermore, maintenance of stone walls can be difficult, because over time or they may erode or become home to rodents and weeds.

From stone walls to garden walls and anything in between, let us help you create a wall that will not only give you sensational visuals but also mitigate slope issues! Add Gentle curvature, creative color schemes, or natural boulder installations to give you sensational visuals.

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