HOW ARE RETAINING WALLS USED?
An interlocking retaining wall block design is most-commonly built to hold back soil and water from down-slope movement which can cause erosion that can seriously damage a home or structure. Moreover, while many structures may have an engineer-constructed retaining wall, some homeowners wish to have retaining wall pavers built for decorative and organization purposes, for example to organize their garden and give it better cosmetic appeal. For whatever reason you need a retaining wall, Weinstein Construction professionals can build it, and there is a great variety of retaining wall blocks that we can use. Let us provide you with some retaining wall ideas for your home’s specific needs and budget!
CONCRETE RETAINING WALL
Dirt and soil does not stand a very good chance when going up against concrete. That chances are even more limited when concrete is reinforced with steel. However, even with concrete with reinforced steel, if it is not properly constructed, is practically useless. Instead of just designing one big wall, first proper footing is installed in the ground that will enable sufficient support for the structure. From there, reinforced concrete blocks are precisely stacked and aligned.
The concrete retaining walls installed by Weinstein Construction are able to endure a tremendous amount of pressure and will provide more than adequate protection in defending your home from the water and debris coming down from the slope or mountain.