Retaining Walls

A retaining wall is a stabilizing structure that holds sloping ground in place in order to prevent the erosion and the soil movement. A retaining wall must be substantial and sturdy in the structure in order to accommodate and redistribute lateral pressure caused by sloping.

Retaining walls construction normally designed with seepage holes, which allow collected ground water to escape. This releases additional pressure created by accumulated water and helps keep maintain stability in the retaining wall.


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