Retaining walls can be used to add design, aesthetic appeal, drainage or erosion control, and function to a landscaping design. There are a variety of types of retaining walls available including natural Sandstone, interlocking block walls, hardwood and soft wood walls, stone pitched walls and engineered retaining walls. Each of these different materials is available in a wide variety of colours and will add a different style to your overall landscaping design or home.
All retaining walls must have sufficient drainage installed behind them including drainage gravel, filter wrap for silt retention and an agiline at the base to help get the water away.
A well built retaining wall is a great investment because it retaining land which is heavy and keeps your property and your neighbours in place and most importantly everyone safe.
Structural Hardwood timber wall
This is a structurally built Hardwood timber wall built in Lawnton 2013. The posts are on edge and leaning in slightly as per engineers requirements as this makes the wall supports the strongest possible.
Structural Block wall.
Beautiful decorative masonry blocks that are coloured and have a textured surface are perfect if your looking for a high retaining wall that features at the front of the property adding value to your biggest investment,,your home.
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Link Block Retaining wall
A nice curved link block wall built in Albany Creek 2014 on a reinforced concrete footing with the first course set in the concrete. These Heron link blocks are great because you can curve them evenly and they keep their structural integrity.
Blue Stone Pitched wall
This is an older styled retaining wall that is hand built using locally acquired stones from Mt Cootha and is reinforced behind it with steel and concrete.
Rendered Block Wall and Timber or Aluminium slats.
Rendered block walls with columns and timber slat inserts. A lot of work in this type of wall but the result is worth waiting for as Quality Takes Time. This is a combination of a free standing retaining wall and just the wall itself built in 2012 Tingalpa.