Retaining Wall Installation can add great curb appeal to your yard, but it’s also important to build a strong structure that will last. Landworks can assist you in your retaining wall installation and design for a solid structure, in character and harmony with your home.
Retaining walls are usually thought of as utilitarian and for merely holding back soil. But you can use them to create beautiful outdoor living spaces and incorporate multi-use spaces. There are many choices when you are exploring design ideas for a retaining wall installation. Retaining walls can be built with rocks, boulders, pavers, concrete blocks, poured concrete, or treated timbers. Landworks has retaining wall design professionals to help you discover your options to create a beautiful and solid structure.
In general, retaining walls are used when one area of ground is at a different height than an adjacent area of ground, and the slope between them is too steep to be stable on its own. A retaining wall is used to hold the slope in place, support the higher level of ground, and in many cases can be created to display a landscaping bed full of colorful trees, shrubs and flowers.
Landworks Retaining Wall Design Checklist
Proper retaining wall design and installation of a retaining wall is a must. Before Landworks begins any retaining wall design, we make sure to keep in mind the following areas for long lasting beauty and durability.
· Location, height, length & grading
· Existing structures (house/trees) and utilities in the area of the wall
· Location and type of loads above the wall
· Water in and around area. We include proper drainage to lead water away from wall
· Selection and placement of vegetation
· Selection of wall product … there are many sizes and shapes to choose from
· Review manufacturers recommendations for the product you wish to use
The success of any retaining wall installation depends on careful planning, quality materials and proper construction techniques.
For more information about Retaining Wall Installation or any of the other many services Landworks offers, call (913) 422-9300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.