Retaining walls often encounter water accumulation due to rainfall, irrigation, or natural groundwater.
Without proper drainage, water can build up behind the wall, exerting pressure on the structure.
Over time, this pressure can compromise the stability of the wall, leading to cracks, bulges, or even failure.
Effective drainage systems help alleviate this pressure, redirecting water away from the wall and mitigating potential damage.
Allowing your retaining wall to last longer & remain strong.
Excessive water accumulation can saturate the soil retained by the wall, leading to increased weight and reduced soil stability.
This saturation can exert additional pressure on the wall, affecting its structural integrity.
By incorporating drainage provisions, excess water is efficiently drained, preventing soil saturation and maintaining the desired load-bearing capacity of the retained soil.