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JRs Retaining Walls Anaheim

JR’s Retaining Walls provides the highest quality retaining wall service in Anaheim California. We have years of experience, and pride ourselves in providing our customers with structurally sound and beautifully designed retaining walls for their properties. Retaining walls create more flat ground on a slope, which makes more usable ground for landscaping.
Hardscaping is an amazing addition to your landscaping, and opens up many possibilities for beautifying your property. You can chose different materials, shapes, add additional levels, and more. One of our experienced contractors can assist you in going through the various options, to help you choose the retaining wall that makes sense for you, before we give you an estimate.

4 Different Types of Block Walls
Block walls are mainly used to hold soil in place, which allow you to shape your landscape into custom layouts that would not naturally exist. However, the materials you choose can also have be customized to give your landscape a unique and beautiful look which will fit onto your property. The most common types of block walls include natural stone block walls, brick retaining walls, concrete block retaining walls, and wood retaining walls.
Cantilever Retaining Wall

Cantilever retaining walls are a form of hardscaping that help retain pressure from dirt. The base is pointed down and the concrete slab holds back the horizontal pressure of the dirt. This is balanced with leverage and engineering principles- making this a versatile choice for your landscape design needs. Proper drainage is important when building a cantilever retaining wall. Built-up water pressure can be overcome, but in colder areas where freezing occurs ice pressure shouldn’t be ignored.

What is the Maximum Height of a Cantilever Retaining Wall?

Cantilever retaining walls are not usually built more than 6m or around 20 feet high, as it starts to lose it’s structural integrity above that height. This is a sufficient height for most residential applications.

Panel Wall

If you’re looking for retaining wall panels, you should choose a company with years of experience in the industry. Panel walls can be tall and are most often used along highways or near areas where heavy loads might take place; they can also attach to posts made from precast concrete reinforced with steel.

Sheet Piling Retaining Wall

Sheet piling retaining walls are a simple solution, where you simply place a single piece of steel into the ground. These are often used when there is not enough room for any other type of construction, and when there isn’t too much earth pressure that knocks down your wall. When sheet piling at all in softer soils, one third of the wall needs to be driven into the ground. If your retaining wall is experiencing excess pressure, it may require stabilization with an anchor to increase its strength.

Gravity Retaining Wall

Essentially, a gravity retaining wall uses the weight of the materials to keep dirt in place. The durability of a retaining wall relies on the weight of its building blocks, which makes it highly versatile. Paving stones, natural stone, bricks and other materials are often used in construction. If you have a shorter wall, than additional reinforcement may no be necessary. Gravity retaining walls have a variety of heights, but taller retaining walls may require foundation including dug-outs or concrete footers.

What is the maximum height for cantilever retaining wall?

Cantilever retaining walls are suitable up to 6 metres in height. For greater heights, the increased earth pressure from retained fill due to leverage will be too great and require a larger base section for stability design as well as structural design. This type of retaining wall tends to be uneconomical. One option is to go for a concrete counterfort retaining wall, which demands greater base area as well as steel supports.

What is the cheapest type of retaining wall?

Retaining walls have a wide range of prices. The price of installing a retaining wall will depend on the market prices of your location. For example, treated pine is the cheapest choice at around $250 per square meter. Here’s a list of the relative costs of retaining wall materials, ordered from cheapest to most costly. The pros and cons are also included.

Treated pine material is the cheapest option out there. The issue with treated pine is it’s longevity, which will cost you more in rehabilitating or replacement costs down the line. Galvanized posts can sometimes be used to increase strength and life span per board.

Hardwood is a better quality option than treated pine wood. It is treated to make sure it can withstand dirt and water, so make sure you treat the wood as well.

Railway sleepers are also an affordable option. These hardwood pieces are engineered to last and withstand the elements such as dirt, water, frost heave.

Concrete sleepers last longer than wood, but are more expensive. Natural grey is the standard color, along with options for colored concrete. You can reinforce the sleeper with galvanized steel to increase its durability.

Besser blocks – the next level up in price – offer long term durability.

You can design your retaining wall as you like using our custom made interlocking Concrete blocks. From straight vertical walls to elegant curves and corners, Interlocking blocks have a fairly flexible pricing scheme while keeping a sturdy structure that perfectly suits your needs. They are often used for DIY projects, but if you need a higher retaining wall, interlocking blocks can make the job quicker and easier for you.

What is the Easiest Retaining Wall to Build?

The average do-it-yourselfer will have an easier time building a retaining wall with masonry blocks, or stones that are no taller than 3 feet which need mortar to bind. Certainly, experienced amateurs will be capable of completing more complex masonry installations or building retaining walls using other materials. For those who want to undertake ambitious landscape projects, experts recommend that you take the project on with an experienced contractor.

Where are cantilever retaining walls used?

CCantilever retaining walls are reinforced concrete walls that work on the principles of leverage. It has a thinner stem and utilizes the weight of backfill soil to provide most resistance to sliding and overturning. Retaining walls are created to hold the soil in place securely. This structure is commonly used as a means of augmenting landscaping; one of the common types is called cantilever retaining wall, which comprises reinforced concrete that was used popularly from around 1920 to 1970.

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