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Retaining and Freestanding Walls

Retaining Walls

Retaining walls are required for slopes and structural purposes, as they use footings to hold a wall in place and better retain soil. Although they are most common for homes built on hills or sloping properties, retaining wall blocks also provide creative design options for planter areas, elevated landscapes, and other more visual applications. Your landscaping will have a unique flair raised up above ground level and contained by a retaining wall.

Freestanding Walls

Freestanding walls are better used when the ground is flat and design aesthetics outweigh soil stabilization and functionality. While they still lend to limitless design possibilities, freestanding wall blocks are more commonly used to divide landscapes into different areas, helping to break-up open space and add visual interest to the yard. Like retaining walls, freestanding walls can be used for potted plants, seating, and other practical purposes. Because freestanding walls are shorter in stature, they do not require installation of footings or additional drainage.

Some of the Several Wall Options

Sitting Wall

Great for adding some extra sitting area to your patio without having to buy extra furniture.

Grade Wall

When putting in your new patio it is extremely important to have the proper slope to be functional.

Planter Wall

Do you want to make your planter beds more inviting by building them up?

Edge Wall

Putting a nice edge around your flower beds can make a huge difference.

Retaining Wall

This is for when you need to remove a hill and optimize your space.

What Wall Do You Need?

Each type of wall is used for a specific purpose typically determined by the grade of your property or the project design. Here are the average Market Pricing for walls.

NOT OUR PRICING

Free-Standing Walls

$40-$50

Per Square Foot of Facing

Sitting, Barrier, Planters

Cheapest cost

Many size and color options

Unlimited uses

Inexpensive to repair and easiest

Leveling Wall

$45-$55

Per Linear Foot

Leveling, Edging

Mid-level cost

Many size and color options

Couple specific uses

Inexpensive to repair and moderately difficult

Retaining Wall

$60-$70

Per Square Foot of Facing

Grading, Support

Higher cost

Many size and color options

Fewer required uses

Very expensive and difficult to repair

All prices are based off of quotes from several Bonded and Insured companies in the Denver area using standard base priced materials.