Many landowners praise the immeasurable power of retaining walls, which carve out level, useable earth terraces from otherwise rugged or fallow land. The beautiful landscape of rural and suburban Maryland is replete with natural slopes and unruly hillsides. In our quest to harness the environment and maximize our patch of earth retaining walls serve to hold back hillsides and craft additional, useable land.
Trust the landscape professionals at East Coast Landscape Design to guide you through environmentally-prudent treatments and techniques along with intelligent material selection. Retaining wall construction done right is guaranteed to deliver a significant return on your investment.
Different types of retaining wall construction are used in specific circumstances. You may want to include built-in wall seating, a privacy wall, or a decorative retaining wall to accommodate new features such as walkways, driveways, and patios. Talk to East Coast about the differences between Anchored, Gravity, Cantilevered and Sheet Piling retaining walls, and which types may be right for your landscape design scheme.
Materials science offers us a wide selection of products, including safety-tested concrete, interlocking blocks, brick, and synthetic materials - along with natural and stacked stone. The options for attractive, no-fail retaining wall construction and related landscape possibilities are truly boundless.
When planning for retaining wall construction work closely with the award-winning landscape professionals at East Coast Landscape Design.Together, we will resolve prominent drainage and erosion issues and eliminate unnecessary threats to your home and property through precise placement and safe construction of retaining walls. Contact East Coast today to start planning your retaining wall construction, and maximize your landscape possibilities.
They did a retaining wall. It's perfect. They showed up when they said they were going to and finished the job up nicely. I hadn't worked with them before...I have some jobs in the works, and I plan on reusing them...I would call on them again...
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