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  1. I like that you mention some of the different materials that can be used in retaining walls. It makes sense that natural rock is a common choice for residential applications because it’d look really nice whereas something like concrete blocks are more common in commercial applications. Thanks for the post; I need a retaining wall built in my yard and think that natural stone could be a great option to keep the yard looking nice but also be safe and easy to maintain.

  2. Thanks for this idea. My mom also wants to have retaining walls in her patio. She’s now looking up some landscape experts to assist her.

    1. Thanks for your comment. We have professional installation crews and would be happy to help your mom if she is in our area. Just have her complete the contact form on our webpage.

  3. My wife wants to start a garden in the backyard next year, but we aren’t sure how to build a retaining wall. I like that you mention how a combination of several different materials can form walls with deeper aesthetic appearances. This sounds like a great way to make it look more appealing and stronger because it has many different material types. Thanks for the tips!

  4. I have a pretty big hill on my property and I would love to have a patio space so I have been looking into getting a retaining wall. That is great that there is a variety of materials available to make a retaining wall. I would love to look at different options and see which one fits my needs the best. Thank you for the information!

  5. […] Are you cooking up plans for a bigger project for your outdoor space that include hardscapes like retaining walls and patios? Maybe you’re dreaming of a fire pit to enjoy in the evenings next […]

  6. Thank you for posting this awesome article.
    I’m a long time reader but I’ve never been compelled to
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  7. I’ve been wanting to get a retaining wall for our yard to help with soil stabilization. I like that you talked about how the materials are something that you want to consider for retaining walls, because I would want to know what to do. I’m going to have to look for some good soil stabilization options and see what we can find!

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  8. I’m grateful for your advice that retaining walls are not just functional placeholders, but can become design features with characteristics of their own. This really caught my attention that is why I am now planning to have a retaining wall in my garden. Nonetheless, I need to discuss it first with my husband.

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  10. Love how you come up with the wall design. Sure is the design of every house depends on taste and character of the person living on that place and there are indeed a lot of variety of options to choose from. One should just be creative enough just like this one.

  11. […] projects that involve any major grade changes employ retaining walls of some kind. We have used everything from short six-inch concrete block walls to poured concrete […]

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