When designing a retaining wall there are several factors that should be considered before installation:

These include

  • The height and scale of the wall
  • The type and condition of the soil
  • The water drainage patterns
  • The loads the wall will bear
  • Any local regulations or guidelines from councils. Note some councils our tricker than others to deal with in regards to this.

It is important to assess the site’s conditions, such as:

  • slope steepness
  • soil stability
  • potential environmental impact
  • Considering the look of the wall
  • Long-term durability
  • Maintenance requirements of the chosen materials are crucial.