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Aside from aesthetics, retaining walls installation includes functionality as well. It serves as a barrier for soil or water from a building or residence. Residences and business establishments install retaining walls as part of their landscape. These are considered hardscape and it does add that distinct appeal to all landscapes both for houses and for commercial places.

Much that installation of retaining walls is for areas with slopes, if your area is flat, you could likewise install retaining walls for decorative purposes. But don’t do the installation yourself. Better ask the help of professional contractors who have the expertise in retaining walls installation.

Materials Used for Retaining Walls Installations

You have to decide what materials you should use in your retaining walls installation. If not, let your contractor do the job for you. You have to ensure that your retaining walls are made from durable, sturdy materials. Below are some of the materials you can use for your retaining walls installation:

  1. Natural stone blocks – These are a common choice for retaining walls installations. Natural stone blocks are weather resistant, low-maintenance and durable. This is the best option for large retaining walls installations. Granite, a top of the line natural stone is the most expensive type of natural stone. The least expensive are limestones. However, limestones are significantly weaker and split easily under heavy weights.

  2. Wood and timber – Others use these materials in retaining walls installations. Professional contractors must use treated and enhanced wood and timber to ensure durability, no infestation of bugs and termite and rotting. However, it is worthy to note that there are wood and timber that are resistant to both termites and bugs. Homeowners must ensure that the wood and timber used in their retaining walls installation is properly treated to make sure that the investment they made are not put into waste.

  3. Concrete blocks – Another most commonly used material for retaining wall installations are concrete blocks. These materials are used for many years now. Retaining walls installations that use concrete blocks are open to numerous options in terms of design, shapes, colors and textures. Whether functional or decorative, retaining walls installed using concrete blocks are easier to build due to its light weight. There are various types of concrete blocks: interlocking, hollow, solid and half hollow. Due to their flexibility and low-cost installation, majority opt to use this type of material. They can always be customized to suit your retaining walls installation requirements.

Getting a Professional Contractor

Retaining wall installation is no easy feat. But if you hire the right landscape contractor for this job, you are assured that the retaining wall installation will be of exceptional quality. If you decide to hire our company, you will be dealing with professionals and skilled team. We are also abreast with the latest technology and trends in the landscaping industry.

Broadhurst & Son LLC has earned the loyalty of many homeowners in Union Bridge, New Windsor, Taneytown, Woodsboro, Walkersville, and Clover Hill. We have also catered to some clients in Hampstead, Frederick, and Eldersburg. But don’t worry if you are residing in Reisterstown and Manchester because we also serve these areas. Our 4 decades of combined expertise makes us a leading company in the landscaping industry particularly in Maryland. Try our no-cost estimate for retaining walls installation. We can also send our representatives to your area to do ocular inspection.

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