Added by on 2021-01-10

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote How to Handle Slopes in your Landscaping . . . Retaining walls. Yes, of course but there are many other ways to handle slopes in landscape design. You will be surprised at how interesting and important these retaining methods can be. The primary purpose of these sturdy structures is to prevent soil erosion and effectively hold back earth on sloped landscapes. They are usually made with masonry, stone, or concrete; however, we are going to show some other methods that are innovative and very effective. 1) Retaining Wall Method – Tandem/Belgard on entryway-stairway 4 ft. retaining wall. 2) Waterfall Retaining Wall Method – Extreme Slope – The waterfall masks the slope 3) Kitchen, Fireplace & Stairway Retaining Wall Method – the built wall is the security 4) Hot Tub Method – Swim -Spa & Deck become the retaining wall 5) Seatwall w/Backrest becomes the retaining wall method 6) Built-up wall to foundation elevation – becomes retaining wall 7) Pathway & Boulder Steps & Hot tub – retaining wall 8) Outdoor Kitchen becomes retaining wall 9) Boulders & Plantings style to retain soil from erosion Retaining walls: A wall that holds a mass of Earth. Proper design & installation prevents materials from moving due to gravitational pull. These sturdy structures prevent soil erosion, may create useable beds in landscape design and may also mask as decorative and functional seat walls. These important walls date back to ancient Egypt, used to harness the Nile river. Egyptians built Gabion style retaining walls from reeds to counteract flooding and soil erosion. Retaining walls diverted the flow of water from the Nile into reservoirs as well as fields for farming purposes. Yes, modern times have brought innovations in materials used to build retaining walls, they have largely remained […]


  • Gillian Radford 1 week ago

    Thank you that was a great video!

  • Don't Get Mad Get Wise 1 week ago

    I can afford a couple of blocks… your solutions are massively over my budget. Thanks for…. nothing.

  • Asaan Britt 1 week ago

    Excellent work!

  • Tionni's Lane 1 week ago

    What kind of drainage do you use for these types of projects?

  • Steve Dohnal 1 week ago

    Great designs, love the “natural” look you get.

  • Cliff DaRiff 1 week ago

    Too much block, walls….overdone. It’s not a plaza for god’s sake, it’s a yard.

  • elsa Grace 1 week ago

    Dude, why you bullshitting? The walls on the last house are River Rocks taken from a river. Those are not rocks from a quarry. Puuh-leeez!

  • wendyc hetherington 1 week ago

    Wow! I live in North Wales and am struggling on my own with the hardscape in my garden. I live alone and its difficult trying to work projects alone. My garden is on three levels and on the right side its just a long slope, I;m digging it all at the moment and am finding old bricks, tiles, fire glass that has just been buried in the soil in the past, I am sore and disheartened. You are absolutely amazing and your clients must be thrilled. Well done to you and your team.

  • Neo Theoneness 1 week ago

    You guys are amazing, true artists in the craft.

  • Mike T. 1 week ago


  • haledragon1 1 week ago

    At 8:32 a ese güey yo lo conozco!
    Great work , amazing video!

  • BobbyKDesigns 1 week ago

    Looks great! We’re starting a project in Augusta, GA this week and we’re using quite a bit on the tandem wall. Pretty slick product!

  • HOUSE OF CICHLIDS 1 week ago

    Looking beautiful

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