Our retaining wall installers have extensive experience serving your individual needs from small garden walls to large structural retaining walls. Our professional installation will enhance the value of your home and serve both function and aesthetic. All of our wall systems are tailored to the customer’s budget, needs and desires. We offer both reinforced and gravity wall systems include Segmental Walls, Rock Walls, and Dry Stacks. The segmental wall units are designed to be self- aligning and use a patented interlocking system that molds them to each other. The natural rock wall units are constructed with building techniques, gravity and friction to hold them in place. All of our wall systems are constructed as mortarless systems. The primary benefits of a mortarless retaining wall compared with a poured concrete wall or mortared wall are: mortarless walls are designed to allow for the release of water which prevents hydrostatic pressure (water pressure). Being that they are dry-stacked without mortar, they have the ability to be much more porous and allow for greater water permeability, which will ultimately extend the life and preserve the structure of the wall. Additionally, mortarless retaining walls allow for movement in the earth without impairing the integrity or the structure of the wall. A poured concrete wall or mortar wall is a rigid system that can crack when the ground moves or heaves.
Free-Standing Walls: Free-Standing walls are built above ground two-sided patio wall and post system. They consist of modular concrete blocks that interlock with each other. Use the walls and posts/pillars to add privacy or separation between landscape elements. They can be built straight or curved and are great for applications such as seating areas, borders, pilasters and columns. Free-Standing Walls are ideal for courtyards and served both function and aesthetic.

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Terraced Walls: To enhance an uneven landscape in many ways and serve many purposes. The most significant benefit to a terrace wall is the tiers it provides. Adding a terraced walls allow you utilize part of your yard that was once useless. A sufficient space can incorporate for an outdoor living space such a patio or children’s play area, planted landscape garden area, an additional parking space, and so forth. This kind of change to a landscape not only adds beauty, but the functional improvement greatly enhances the value of the home, something any homeowner and neighbors would appreciate. Also, installing a terraced wall system is one of the most effective methods of controlling an eroding slope or a drainage problem. Erosion is prevented by retaining a potentially long slope into a series of more graded levels. This allows heavy rains to soak in the ground rather than run off, taking soil with it.
Segmental Walls: Seagmental walls consist of modular concrete blocks that interlock with each other. They are available in a wide variety of colors, sizes, and textures. They can incorporate straight or curved lines, steps, and corners. Segmental walls are often used for grade changes, and for other functional reasons such as widening driveways, walkways, or creating more space in a patio outdoor area. Segmental walls are ideal for building both heavy-duty walls in commercial and residential projects

Concrete Walls

Our retaining wall installers have extensive experience serving your individual needs from small garden walls to large structural retaining walls. Our professional installation will enhance the value of your home and serve both function and aesthetic. All of our wall systems are tailored to the customer’s budget, needs and desires. We offer both reinforced and gravity wall systems include Segmental Walls, Rock Walls, and Dry Stacks. The segmental wall units are designed to be self-aligning and use a patented interlocking system that molds them to each other. The natural rock wall units are constructed with building techniques, gravity and friction to hold them in place. All of our wall systems are constructed as mortarless systems. The primary benefits of a mortarless retaining wall compared with a poured concrete wall or mortared wall are: mortarless walls are designed to allow for the release of water which prevents hydrostatic pressure (water pressure). Being that they are dry-stacked without mortar, they have the ability to be much more porous and allow for greater water permeability, which will ultimately extend the life and preserve the structure of the wall. Additionally, mortarless retaining walls allow for movement in the earth without impairing the integrity or the structure of the wall. A poured concrete wall or mortar wall is a rigid system that can crack when the ground moves or heaves. For product availability and a price quote, please take a look at segmental Wall Materials
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