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Why Retaining Walls Are Needed

Why Retaining Walls Are Needed

In our area of Tennessee, we have gorgeous sloping hills that contribute to the scenery and help to differentiate our properties. However, those sloping hills also mean that our residential and commercial properties may need to have retaining walls put in.

Here are some reasons why retaining walls are important for your property located in Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Green Hill, and nearby areas.


Retaining Walls Can Help Prevent Erosion on Your Property

This retaining wall was constructed in Mt. Juliet to help prevent erosion.

The main reason for installing retaining walls is to help with the prevention of soil erosion. Soil is the first thing to wash away in rain, and if your property has a lot of slopes and differing elevation, your soil will wash away quickly.

When a retaining wall is installed, it immediately works to stop this erosion from happening. It keeps soil in place and essentially acts as a dam for soil. This is especially important in landscaping beds when you’ve made a big investment in landscape plants and balancing the nutrients in your soil. But they can also help in protecting the area around your home or office from eroding away and causing larger issues with the foundation or other structural problems.


Retaining Walls Are Great for Functional & Aesthetic Purposes

Retaining walls can also help to add space to your yard, especially if you’re on a sloped area. They can help level out an area that would otherwise just be a hill. This is done by leveling out the hillside and then...

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