block or wood retention wall

Best Type Of Retaining Wall? Block Brick Concrete or Wood.

Block retaining walls are sometimes referred to as gravity walls. As its title suggests they are built with massive stone blocks linked firmly in place using a tongue and groove system. One nice thing about these walls is they can be built on a tight landscape that can’t afford lots of room. And they go high—17 feet at the max.【Get Price】

Retaining wall: wood or blocks? - Fine Homebuilding

On a short wall probably all you need is gaps between the block but for taller walls a drain tile system is probably going to be required. If wood is used drainage is more important because the wood tends to be tighter with fewer "natural" gaps for drainage and because you want to keep it as dry as possible.【Get Price】

Concrete Retaining Wall vs Timber Retaining Wall.

Timber Retaining Walls Big timbers are often used to create retaining walls since procuring timber is a much easier and cheaper process than ordering block or poured concrete that is used for constructing a concrete retaining wall.【Get Price】

Raised Flower Beds Garden Retaining Walls Planters Ponds.

WoodBlocX is a unique patented product creating almost any structure you would want in a garden: raised beds planters retaining walls ponds edging seats and more. It is easy to use attractive strong and durable.【Get Price】

How to Choose the Right Retaining Wall Material (DIY.

Modern concrete block walls are fairly sophisticated systems designed for strength as well as for fast easy assembly. You simply stack the blocks on top of one another and secure them with pins clips or interlocking edges. They’re designed to be set on a compacted gravel base.【Get Price】

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