A1 Before: A Rocky, Steep Hill
This hill was difficult and dangerous.
A2 After: Retaining Wall Holds Back Hill
The interlocking natural fieldstones and granite boulders keep a sturdy hold on the hill's mud and rocks.
B1 Before: Falling Mud and Debris
This hill was a mess of mud. It was in danger of falling onto the property.
B2 After: A Pyramid-Like Solution
These gradually sloping steps embedded into the interlocking retaining wall make the hill both safe and accessible.
C1 Before: A Dangerous Hillside
Notice how close the hill material is to the house's back yard.
C3 After: Fieldstone and Boulders Wall
The retaining wall stops the slope's interference with the house. The hill is now safe.
D1 Before: Inaccessible Backyard
The slope made this backyard difficult to use.
D2 After: A Paver Driveway and Retaining Wall
The homeowners needed more driveway space. The retaining wall holds back the rest of the hill where the driveway ends.
E1 Before: Boulders Behind the House
As with many New Hampshire homes, the home builder left behind boulders embedded into the ground.
E2 After: A Functional Walkout
The retaining wall transforms the boulders into a functional back deck.
F1 Before: A Plain Backyard
Parents wanted a better backyard for their kids.
F2 After: A Children's Playground
Rounder rock, a cubby slide, swings and a retaining wall transform the space to a child's playground.
G1 Before: A Rocky Terrain
This back yard was difficult to use.
G2 After: Green Grass
The wall holds the worst of the slope, while the ground is freed up to grow green grass.
New Hampshire Retaining Wall Installation
Call Craig Urella
at (603) 497-9549
to schedule a free consultation about your retaining wall