RETAINING WALLS

Retaining and boulder walls serve many purposes in modern day landscapes. Retaining walls are used as a seat wall around fire pits, raised garden beds in landscapes, sea walls, or for erosion control and drainage mitigation in small to large applications. Our team believes there is only one way to install a retaining wall and that is according to the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute. Depending on the landscape application, each wall requires a specific amount of base, backfill and drainage solution to make sure the end result stands the test of time. No matter which application you are searching for, our team is happy to guide you through the process from start to finish.

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SEA WALL IN LANSING, MI

This is a sea wall built from 1-2' Michigan Boulders. Its primary function is to retain the soil from the yard and to stop Grand River from eroding the shoreline.

RETAINING WALL IN OKEMOS, MI

The boulder wall on the left was previously there. We installed the boulder wall on the right as well as the steps and walkway. The primary function here is to stop soil washout from the higher ground and to aesthetically please the eye in matching what was previously there.

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RETAINING WALL IN HOLT, MI

This back yard was not usable being that it was extremely steep. We came in and installed a High Format Grand Ledge wall in the middle with steps, also from High Format to create 2 usable spaces. 

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