Retaining Walls

Retaining walls can be built in two different ways; gravity wall or a grid reinforced wall. Pavestone Plus will have your retaining wall engineerd and designed to meet all local codes and bylaws. 


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Gravity Wall

  • The weight of the blocks is used to retain the soil. These can have a zero "batter" (or setback) and can have a setback on each row so thet appear to be leaning against the soil. Larger, heavier units are used at the bottom of the wall and gradually smaller units are used as the wall is built up.


Grid Reinforced Wall

  • These walls usually have the same size depth of blocks all the way from the base row to the top of the wall. Geogrid is layered throughout the wall in specific rows and stretches from the face of the wall into the backfill. The backfill then becomes the weight of the wall and the grid holds the wall from falling forward away from the retained soil.
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