Add cap blocks to the top row of a block or stone retaining wall. You can add a layer of masonry adhesive to hold them in place, then back fill. Or you can backfill as you go, then add the cap. Either way, it provides a nice finished look, much like edging added to a paver patio.

10 Things You Must Know About Retaining Walls

Add cap blocks to the top row of a block or stone retaining wall. You can add a layer of masonry adhesive to hold them in place, then back fill. Or you can backfill as you go, then add the cap. Either way, it provides a nice finished look, much like edging added to a paver patio.

While many of our customers have used our panels and siding to create or update exterior walls in the past, these two recent projects we found particularly eye-catching. Take a glimpse at some of t...

While many of our customers have used our panels and siding to create or update exterior walls in the past, these two recent projects we found particularly eye-catching. Take a glimpse at some of t...

Corokia Balls strappy Chilean iris, Livertia formosa; centred on a Chinese Star Jasmine espalier by HEDGE Garden Design Nursery - Gardening Prof

Corokia Balls strappy Chilean iris, Livertia formosa; centred on a Chinese Star Jasmine espalier by HEDGE Garden Design Nursery - Gardening Prof

All About Retaining Walls

All About Retaining Walls

Bring Style to a Slope Cheap-looking materials detract from a yard's appearance. For sloped areas that still need terracing, use cut stone or precast decorative wall blocks for a high-end look.

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