Retaining walls bridge height difference between garden and pavement
Our retaining walls bridge the height difference between garden and pavement at a private garden in Willemstad. The garden used to slope downwards, resulting in the homeowners losing garden space. The landscaper’s new garden design resolved this.
Many gardens have problems with height differences. This project in Willemstad is a fantastic example of how our retaining walls play an important role in this. In such cases, the walls are used to bridge the height difference between garden and pavement.
Optimised garden space
The garden used to slope downwards, resulting in the homeowners not being able make the most of their garden. Hoveniersbedrijf Catalpatuinen produced a new garden design for the homeowners. This resolved the height difference while maximising the total space in the garden.
This project used both standard retaining walls as well as a customised corner, which involved us drawing and producing the corner to the required specifications. We placed the retaining walls directly from the truck. Fencing was fitted to the rear of the retaining walls.
The garden also looks much more secure. This combination of retaining walls, fencing and climbing plants was the ideal solution in this case.
If you would like to know more about this project or our customised retaining wall solutions for soil and garden, please feel free to contact our consultants.
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