Retaining walls often function as the necessary framework for creating lovely segments in yards or are used as the weighty foundation for larger overhead structures. They rely primarily on their mass to create stability and prevent overturning or sliding.
Curves and other unique designs are possible and easily accommodated in both small residential and large-scale commercial applications.
One of the most difficult aspects of a retaining wall project is finding the right materials to use that will both function appropriately and enhance the aesthetic appeal of your property. But because so many people now realize the incredible value a quality hardscape can add to a property thanks to the new possibilities for raised segments like beds and planters, building a retaining wall is now more necessary and appealing than ever.