Do I Need A Retaining Wall?

Homeowners use retaining walls to reinforce soil that would otherwise slope. The professionals at Max13 are devoted to combining necessary structures with style choices that reflect your personality. Our hardscape designers will work with you to install a retaining wall that is both structurally sound and visually appealing.

Create Levels

You may need to install a retaining wall for a multitude of reasons. Primarily, you would use these structures to prevent soil and water from getting into your home. Additionally, they are used to shape your yard in a variety of ways. For instance, you can install one to give your yard “levels.” These varying elevations can separate a large yard. If you have children, for example, you can use a structure to divide a play space with space for gardening. They are also beneficial for homes with multiple occupants. You can separate the space without unsightly fencing.

Choose Your Material

We use a variety of materials, including brick, poured concrete, or stone are to make these structures. The most important factor is that they are strong enough to support the weight of the dirt they are holding back.

We Have the Know-How

Whether you’re thinking of installing one for aesthetics or out of necessity, it’s important to hire a professional for the job. Our educated team will work to ensure that the wall supports the necessary weight, and will be safe enough for years to come.

Like we stated above, retaining walls are also useful for keeping water and other soil away from your home. You may want to consider installing a retaining wall out of necessity for many reasons. For one, if your home is situated at a lower elevation than the surrounding area, it is susceptible to water damage. This will protect your basement from leaks and other potential damage.

At Max13, we pride ourselves on installing quality hardscape and softscape design using only the finest materials and top-notch architecture. For more information on retaining walls and other services, give us a call at (978)-733-4777.

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