Built with precast concrete pavers, retaining wall structures can be used for a variety of purposes, all of which serve to make your outdoor space functional as well as beautiful. We have several sizes and colors/designs of retaining wall block available here at Island Block & Masonry Supply, whether you would like your retaining wall for the purpose of landscaping, defining a space or adding patio seating.
These walls have a natural beauty that allows them to blend into their surroundings to create a stunning display on commercial or residential property. In addition to their aesthetic value, retaining walls have a practical use, as they can annex uneven ground and enclose soil in areas where the land slopes.
Considering having a retaining wall installed in the tri state area?
The terrain of Long Island’s Suffolk and Nassau counties, as well as New Jersey and Connecticut lends itself to these long-lasting, natural looking stone and rock outcroppings. Our experts at Island Block will walk you through the process and help you decide on a product and design that best meets the needs of your family or business in addition to determining what will work best with the soil and land.
There are several things you should keep in mind when deciding what type of wall you would like to have installed:
- Is the soil on the property sandy, muddy or clay-like in consistency? We can help you determine if the soil drains well and figure out the type of wall that’s most appropriate for your project.
- Is the wall going to be responsible for holding a garden or landscaping, or will it serve to define a space or surround a pool? It’s important to figure out the wall’s purpose in order to determine what type of product is best for the space.
- Will the wall be used for patio seating? If so, would you like a back rest or bench seating?
This is just a quick look at a couple of important ideas that greatly factor into the planning of your outdoor retaining wall project. Contact Island Block & Masonry Supply today to discuss your desired project and obtain reliable advice from our experts. You can fill out this short form or call us at 631-443-4521.