Retaining walls are not merely utilitarian for soil retention; they can assist in creating beautiful outdoor living spaces of depth and complexity.
Although, various materials can be utilized to construct a retaining wall some will have a shorter lifespan. For example, wood (treated timbers), it is often inexpensive, but it also decomposes, and as it disintegrates so does your retaining wall. Mortared retaining walls or cast-in-place retaining walls are other options. These walls can be installed with various bricks, veneers, flagstones, etc. which are not only more stable and long-lasting options, but they also offer greater texture and style.
The following materials can all be utilized to create a retaining wall: blocks, poured concrete, treated timbers, rocks or boulders.
Who said a retaining wall has to be straight? Yes, you can add a curve to dress up a boring straight wall and add a little more depth to your landscape.
There are four facets to retainer wall blocks than other masonry items: weight, back lip, backwards tilt, and how it's angled.
Maintenance and Cost
Weeds may try to grow through your retaining wall, but they can be treated similarly to your other stone landscaped areas.
Your overall project cost will be contingent upon the material(s) chosen, height, and length of the wall.
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