Add stability and style with a custom Retaining Wall!

Retaining walls add stability to a property’s overall landscape design. The types of retaining walls we have constructed combine form and function to achieve a healthy balance.

In addition to adding visual interest, retaining walls are often used to control erosion, manage runoff, create level spaces for patios, gardens, or structures. Retaining walls can be used to literally sculpt the landscape and transform unusable hills into outdoor living spaces.  Low seat walls can also be free-standing, or used to retain soil for a planting bed or elevation change.  They are also popular around swimming pools and fire pits.


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Stacked Stone Walls are constructed by specially trained staff without mortar between the stones. Yet they are strong, stable, lasting and uniquely beautiful. It is important to use a company such as Classic Stonescaping with years of experience building stacked stone walls. Mistakes in design or construction of retaining walls can create serious headaches (particularly water problems) for you or your neighbors.
Units are small and modular, so walls can taper, turn, wrap, and curve. Available in many textures, shapes, and colors, these engineered systems, which can be used for walls up to 20 feet high
Boulder Walls are often built from smooth, round glacial boulders, but there are many other boulder wall options to choose from. Boulder retaining wall design ideas are impressive with the raw beauty of the stones and the feeling of strength and sturdiness. They can have a different purpose – to strengthen a sloped terrain, they can be purely decorative, or used to mark the boundaries of a plot.

Key Benefits of the Service

A retaining wall is a protective structure, first and foremost. It is a structure that holds back soil from a building or structure. Retaining walls prevent down slope movement and provide support for vertical or near- vertical grade changes. Here are some key benefits.

  Provides functional support to keep soil in place
  Helps to prevent flooding
  Reduces maintenance and prevents erosion
  Helps to protect your property and dwelling



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