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Concrete Retaining Walls How to Build Poured Walls

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Lay out and dig the footings. Build forms. Add rebar for reinforcement, Ralston places rebar every 16” on center. Pour footings and wall. If the wall exceeds four feet in height, footings should be poured separately. Allow concrete to cure. Remove forms

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Concrete Retaining Wall Design The Concrete Network

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510-701-4400Poured concrete retaining walls can also be decorative and reproduce the look of stone or masonry. In this photo, Increte contractors installed a poured-in-place decorative concrete wall system called Stone-Crete that creates deep relief stone walls with a variety of available textures and colors. Stone-Crete is used for sound barrier walls, retaining walls, subdivision entry walls or wherever

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How To Set Concrete Forms For A Retaining Wall Using …

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Check out our latest VideoHow To Build A Retaining Wall 2020: https://bit.ly/3eETOJvIt took us longer than anticipated to demo this concrete wall. Once it w

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Concrete Walls QUIKRETE

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strong, accurate forms. Wall forms must be strong enough to withstand the great pressure exerted by the wet concrete; any failure in the forms will be disas-trous. Keep in mind that building and aligning the forms for a poured concrete wall usually takes much longer than pouring and finishing the concrete. A straight wall form is constructed of

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How to Pour a Concrete Retaining Wall DoItYourself.com

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Pour the Retaining Wall. Roll the wheelbarrow of cement over to your wooden forms and pour the cement into the footing and form area. Once the forms are full of cement, you can smooth out the top of the wall. Refer to the directions on the cement mix bag, and allow the cement to fully cure or dry before removing the forms.

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Concrete Retaining Walls How to Build Concrete Walls

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Poured Concrete Retaining Walls. Many contractors shy away from poured concrete, preferring to use CMU block with a plastered face. The risk of cracking in poured walls and the difficulty in repairing them makes block and plaster a more forgiving choice. This simple retaining wall utilizes a beautiful travertine stone cap upgrade.

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Forming Concrete Foundation Walls …

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Formed concrete walls are built as foundation or retaining members in construction. Concrete wall forms are typically made of plywood, aluminum, or steel. Many consider aluminum and steel wall forming systems to be more productive, efficient, and even economical than wood forming. Plywood forms are typically used where unique wall shapes, sizes, and embedment characteristics are present.

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How to Form Concrete Walls (with Pictures) wikiHow

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Pour the concrete directly into the wood form using a chute or hose attached to the mixer. To achieve a strong wall, keep the layers of …

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1. Measure and outline the space for your wall. Determine how long and wide you wish the wall to be. Then, begin mapping out the construction area with a tape measure. To easily trace the area you need to clear for the wall, try using a spray canister of marking chalk. You can also stake the area, stretching string between each stake. Marking chalk, along with any of the other supplies you need for the wall, are available at most hardware stores. Be aware of any utility lines or other obstacles in the area. Your local utility companies can help you with this.
2. Dig out the soil to form space for the wall and footer. Clear out sod and soil according to your wall’s width. When you have that done, begin digging out space for the footer. Divide the wall’s width in half, then measure that far down from the soil line. Then, dig out a space underneath this point that is twice as long as the wall is wide. The footer needs to be below the frost line, which is about 1 ft (0.30 m) below the soil’s surface on average. Check your local government’s municipal code for an exact estimate. The footer size you need depends on the wall you wish to create. A good footer is as tall as the wall is wide. If you already have a concrete base in place, you do not need to create another one. Instead, skip to setting up the form.
3. Compact and level out the soil with a tamper tool. Press the flat head of the tamper tool down against the soil to smooth it out. Don’t forget the sides of the hole you dug! When you’re done, test the soil’s levelness by running a screed along it, which you can also use to level out poured concrete later. Make sure the soil is level before you begin pouring concrete. If you need to, plant stakes and run string tightly between them. Check for any spots where the string doesn’t rest firmly on the soil.
4. Pour 6 in (15 cm) of gravel into the hole. Protect the concrete with a thick layer of all-purpose gravel or crushed stone. After spreading it along the bottom of the hole, press it down flat with a tamper tool. Use the screed tool as needed to level out the hole again. The layer of stone helps prevent the concrete from shifting and cracking over time. It also increases drainage in clay soil.

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Poured Concrete Walls Sudlow Concrete

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Poured Concrete Walls Atlanta. Sudlow Concrete is Atlanta’s top trusted provider for all concrete solutions. We provide the full scope of concrete services from driveway repair and replacement, retaining walls, stone work, masonry and even poured concrete walls.. Poured concrete walls provide a rock-solid foundation for residential homes and can even be used outside the home for …

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HForms Build Beautiful Free Standing and Retaining Walls

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H-Forms is a first-of-its-kind complete, warranted system for creating beautiful landscape walls. The system uses insulated concrete form technology to eliminate the use concrete masonry unit (CMU) concrete blocks, and includes all the necessary forms, foundation materials, reinforcing mesh, stucco and accessories needed to complete a project.

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5 Reasons Why Poured Concrete Walls Are Better

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Poured Concrete Walls. Undoubtedly, poured concrete walls are a lot stronger than cinder block walls. They don’t have joints like the ones found between blocks. The only joint found in poured concrete basements is the cove joint. This is where the floor meets the wall, and the wall sits on top of the footing.

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Concrete Form Rental WallTies & Forms, Inc.

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Concrete Forms Rental. You need to start with the right building materials when you want to do an outstanding job for your clients. Wall-Ties & Forms designs, manufactures, and sells concrete forms for construction projects of all kinds. We simplify your project by providing the best solution and service within the concrete construction industry.

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side of the retaining wall! You should also be aware of the difference in assumed skin friction, depending on whether the wall stem was poured in-place against …

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Concrete Walls Retaining Walls Frazee, MN

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218-849-0609Poured concrete walls using ICF forms. Foundation walls. Patios. Retaining walls. Call us today to get a FREE estimate on our concrete wall installation services. 218-849-0609. We're licensed in the states of Minnesota and North Dakota.

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Basics of Retaining Wall Design

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4. Building Codes and Retaining Walls 5. Forces on Retaining Walls 6. Earthquake (Seismic) Design 7. Soil Bearing and Stability 8. Designing the Cantilever Wall Stem 9. Footing Design 10. Pier and Pile Foundations 11. Counterfort Retaining Walls 12. Cantilevered Tilt-Up Walls 13. Wood Retaining Walls 14. Gravity Walls 15. Gabion Walls 16

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poured concrete retaining wall Decorwiki Summary of

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Poured concrete retaining walls can be colored, textured, accented with embedded objects and much more. When installed properly, concrete offers much more room for customization than any other retaining wall material. Here are the steps Tom Ralston, owner of Tom Ralston Concrete in Santa Cruz, CA, follows when pouring a retaining wall:

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Concrete Walls Concrete Retaining Walls Concrete

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Concrete Retaining Walls are made of poured concrete using forms and can be an ideal choice for building permanent flower beds, reducing soil erosion on sloping yards, or even creating some privacy from the neighbors with a half wall. Poured concrete retaining walls are much stronger than landscaping blocks and can be constructed in just a

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Precast Concrete Retaining Wall Blocks Wall Textures

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Concrete retaining wall blocks from Shea Concrete Products are constructed in a collection of shapes that offer the ideal blend of function and form for your retaining wall project. The shapes of our retaining wall blocks permit 90 degree corners and curves to be included in designs, which gives designers more options to work with.

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RETAINING WALLS 8.1 INTRODUCTION also often used when the base-slab concrete is poured separately from the stem to affect a more shear-resistant joint between the stem and base. It may also be used to form a forms; concrete, reinforcing, and labor. The spacing of the counterforts is a trial process to give a

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Retaining Wall and Footer/ Pouring Concrete Instructables

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The retaining wall is 60 feet long 20 1/2 high and 7 1/2 wide and we ordered 5 yards of concrete but only used 4 1/2 yards. We used 2x 8 for the concrete forms because we are using them in another project after the fence is built. You can use plywood instead. The 2x8's were used to …

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Retaining Walls Boston Landscape & Garden Wall, Poured

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Poured concrete is an excellent material to use when building Boston retaining walls as it is a highly durable yet affordable material. Virtually maintenance free, poured concrete retaining walls are a great addition to any home in Boston, Newton and the surrounding areas.

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Concrete Forms at Menards®

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Cement Tube Form (9) Concrete Edge Form (1) Concrete Forming Tube (9) Form-A-Drain Accessory (11) Form-A-Drain Lineal (2) Forming Tube Base (1) Insulated Concrete Form (3) When making a selection below to narrow your results down, each selection made …

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Preserving a Stone Retaining Wall JLC Online

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I didn’t want to attempt to move the wall back onto the footing with a Bobcat and risk further collapse while repairing the wall, so my plan was to rebuild the collapsed portion, then bond the driveway wall in situ to a new, poured-concrete retaining wall, doing an end run around its precarious balancing act. Caught between codes.

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Michiels Poured Walls Michiels Poured Walls

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By using removable concrete forms, we can build sturdy concrete walls in less time than it takes to erect conventional block walls. As a single, joint-free unit, a poured concrete product is durable, long-lasting and maintenance free.

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How to Acid Stain Concrete Retaining Walls

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“I used Direct Colors Deco Gel concrete acid stain two years ago to stain a 120 foot white concrete retaining wall. The wall now looks great and I get a lot of compliments.” “The wall was a regular poured concrete wall in a brick pattern form.

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Concrete Project Part 3: How to set up forms for a

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This video shows how I set up the retaining wall forms and rebar in preparation for pouring the retaining wall that acts as a footing to hold the larger roc

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3 Uses of Retaining Walls Jimenez Concrete Inc

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Concrete is commonly used to form driveways, walkways, foundations, retaining walls, garage floors, and pool decks. When you are looking to install a new concrete surface or have an old one replaced, you may find yourself thinking about doing it yourself.

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We offer concrete pumping services now!

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Middle Tennessee Concrete, LLC specializes in poured in place concrete walls, such as basement walls or retaining walls. We also pour footings for our walls! We give free estimates to our customers and strive to give them the best service possible. We take pride in our work and want all customers to feel a sense of pride in our work, too.

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70 Retaining Wall Ideas Blocks, Costs and Cheap DIY Options

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Poured Concrete Retaining Wall Ideas. Poured concrete is the strongest and most durable retaining wall material there is. Extremely adaptable, poured concrete can be made to look like brick or stone using processes such as stamping, staining, veneering, or carving. A poured concrete design must include a concrete footing and weep holes.

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WallForms – Concrete Form Exchange

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EFCO NAME BRAND ( ECONOMY FORMS CORP / DES MOINES IA ) STEEL CONCRETE FORMS WITH ALL ACCESSORIES W/ LICENSED […] FLEISCHMANNS, NEW YORK 12430. View Details 6-12 hole pattern Can pour 500′ of 8′ wall It is a complete set used for only 10 pours.Brand new […] London Ontario Canada. View Details . Form Type: Wall-Forms.

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2021 Concrete Walls Cost: Poured & Precast Price Per Foot

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Precast Concrete Walls Cost. Because it’s an estimated 23% less expensive than poured concrete, installing a precast concrete wall costs $4,820 on average.While precast materials span from $20 to $30 per square foot, it’s a lot less labor intensive than the traditional pouring method To create precast concrete, manufacturers pour concrete into a mold and create a panel.

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Concrete Retaining Wall Pittsburgh Pa

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We build retaining walls in Pittsburgh, Pa and specialize in all kinds of landscape construction, such as Concrete patios, Patio Pavers in Pittsburgh, PA. Stamped Concrete Patios. We fix and repair falling, and leaning walls, also retaining walls that have already fell. Cost of retaining wall in Pittsburgh is average range from $3,000 to $8,000.

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How Much Does a Poured Concrete Wall Cost? (2021)

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Small Home Project: Build or Rent Forms Forming America

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Many people use this method for work on a basement wall or driveway. However, it may be easier and less expensive to consider concrete form rental. Here are a few reasons why. Quality of Concrete Form Rentals. When you rent concrete forms, the service typically includes both the forms and transportation to the build site.

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Concrete Service Retaining Wall Warwick, RI

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The disadvantage of a retaining wall is that it is not a job you should do yourself. As with any concrete project, if not done correctly the results can be unsafe and expensive. Call us for a consultation about your project and we can provide a free quote. Retaining walls can be a value-add to your property and your space - adding form and

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2021 Cost to Build a Concrete Retaining Wall HomeAdvisor

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Poured Concrete Retaining Wall Cost. A poured concrete wall costs $10 to $100 per square foot or $30 to $40 per linear foot on average for installation and materials. It’s not often used in retaining walls due to its inflexibility with shifting dirt and higher price. It …

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Poured concrete retaining wall? Houzz

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A poured concrete wall is fine. But, you need to know that a poured retaining wall typically fuctions as what is called a cantelevered wall. The cantelever is the footing that has to be sized correctly and tied (by rebar) to the wall. The mass of the soil sitting on the footing behind the retaining wall has to be greater than the force that

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8 Reasons Why a Poured Concrete Retaining Wall is a Better

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8 Reasons Why a Poured Concrete Retaining Wall is a Better Choice than Timber. The world would be a little easier to live in if it were flatter; it would also be a lot less interesting. Ridges, hills, and mountains give land a mix of interesting textures and variety.

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How to Repair a Poured Concrete Wall: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

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Repair snap ties and tie rods. Metal snap ties and tie rods are used to hold the forms of a foundation in place while it is being poured. After the forms are removed, the snap ties on the outside are typically coated with a flexible polymer or hydraulic cement before a damp proof or water proofing membrane is applied to the foundation.

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Concrete Wall Calculator Concrete Supply Co.

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Concrete Wall Calculator. To use the Concrete Volume Calculator, simply enter the width, length, and thickness of your pour. The calculator will automatically estimate the number of cubic yards of concrete that will be required. Concrete is ordered by volume in cubic yards. NOTE: This Calculator should be used as an estimating tool ONLY.

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Concrete Retaining Walls Cumming, Alpharetta, Johns

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The toughness of poured concrete retaining walls is due to its solid construction. It uses rebar and other form of reinforcement, making it a very sturdy outdoor structure. However, there are some property owners who do not favor this type of retaining wall because they fear …

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How Much Does a Poured Concrete Wall Cost?

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Poured Concrete Wall Costs. Concrete prices vary widely by region of the country and time of year. Ready-mixed concrete will cost between $65 and $90 per cubic yard (3'x3'x3'). To put this into perspective, a wall 9'x27'x12" thick would take 9 cubic feet of concrete. Building a concrete wall also requires reinforcing metal bar, or re-bar to

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Cinder Block Walls vs. Poured Walls News and Events for

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Poured concrete foundation walls are arguably stronger than cinder block foundation walls. Without joints, poured walls possess a greater lateral strength, which essentially means they have a greater ability to resist pressure presented by water and the soil from the outside. A poured wall doesn’t have joints like a cinder block wall, so it

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Concrete Walls Calgary Poured Right On Time Everytime

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Concrete Retaining walls calgary. Calgary Concrete Services can construct retaining walls using almost any material but our focus is poured monolithic concrete walls. Retainng walls can transform a hillside adding beautiful usable space with seeping curves and lighting. Decorative finishes can be applied to create a nique look.

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Poured Concrete Wall Installation Free Cost Estimates

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Retaining Wall – Bay Area Sustainable Landscaping

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The average cost of building a 30 ft x 3 ft retaining wall is $5,333. Most homeowners find themselves spending between $4,876 and $7,800. Material. Avg Price/Sqft. Labor Cost Per Hour. Cinder Block. $15. $60. Poured Concrete.

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SmartBlock 4.2 lbs. 40 in. L x 12.5 in. H x 10 in. W

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1. Create an energy-efficient and sustainable building with SmartBlock Insulated Concrete Forms. They are a lightweight polystyrene (EPS) stay-in-place concrete form that speeds construction and yields a highly insulated wall. The finished wall will be 5.75 in. of concrete core and 2.125 in. of EPS on each side.

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2021 Concrete Retaining Wall Cost Cost Per Square Foot

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Nationally, the cost to install a concrete retaining wall ranges from $2,000 to $15,000, but the average cost is $3,500. Many variables affect that cost, including the design, the wall's location on your property and how much concrete contractors in your area charge. In most cases, square footage is the most significant factor in determining your final cost to build a retaining wall.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can You pour concrete over existing concrete?

The key to successfully pouring concrete over an existing concrete surface is to ensure the two layers bond properly. Even though concrete is strong and forms a hard structure, there's nothing in it that helps it stick to old concrete. A commercial bonding agent helps with that.

How thick should a concrete retaining wall be?

This can add several inches to the wall's thickness dimensions, and can vary depending on the severity of exposure, soil type and reactivity, etc. In general, the top of the stem of any cast concrete retaining wall should not be less than 12 inches for the proper placement of concrete.

Can cocrete be poured over pavers?

The answer is, yes you can , provided that the conditions are right. Here are a few critical things to keep in mind: Condition of Existing Concrete: Any concrete slab that will be overlaid with pavers must be structurally sound with no evidence of cracking or deterioration.

What is a retaining wall footing?

A footing is an underground concrete structure that a building, wall, or retaining wall rests upon. It distributes that weight of the structure to the soil below. The retaining wall footing supports the weight of the wall and the soil behind it.