Retaining walls are sometimes a necessary part of good and effective landscaping.
There are several ways to provide for a retaining wall.
A free standing wall would be constructed with sleeper or galvanized steel uprights.
Up rights would normally be at least the same depth in the ground as the height of the retaining wall above the ground.
Sleepers would be fixed to Treated Pine uprights with galvanized hex head or batten screws.
If space saving is a requirement, in some locations a sleeper retaining wall can be constructed as part of a boundary fence.
This would either be done by screwing the sleepers to the face of the post (max 2 high 200/50 Treated pine sleepers), or if a stronger wall was required by screwing galvanized “C” channel to the inside of the posts and installing 200/75 Treated Pine sleepers in the channel.
Uprights, or posts for any retaining wall are always concreted in ground to provide the necessary support for the retaining.
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