Structural Retaining Walls
The cure for elevation and slope issues are site retaining walls. Construction methods and materials will vary based on the maximum height of your wall and load on the wall. Engineering may be required, and ALWAYS check local building codes.
Economical segmental retaining walls that don’t require a concrete footer are popular choices. Available in a wide range of colors and textures, these are popular for many retaining wall applications.
Reinforced masonry retaining walls, veneered with natural stone adds a higher end look and feel to your project where appearances matter.
When deciding on what type of wall to build, consider the overall height of your wall (at its maximum height), consider how important aesthetics are to your project and your budget.