How To Build An Affordable Retaining Wall | Gardening | Great Home Ideas

How To Build An Affordable Retaining Wall | Gardening | Great Home Ideas

Building your own retaining wall might seem like a daunting (and expensive) task โ€“ but it’s a lot easier than you might think!

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Belia Krouse says:

I've found great handbook on woodprix website. Good solutions for everyone I think

Irma Zack says:

saya suka sekali… jadi ingin punya halaman rumah seperti itu…

Star Karan says:

I checked a lot of handbooks with woodworking plans. Instructions from woodprix are the best I think.

Peeping Tom says:

Don't you need dead men to prevent wall from leaning overtime?

Nannette Battista says:

Try to make it with woodprix plans ๐Ÿ™‚

Lee Dodds says:

Old town road with

Joe below says:

Is there a ratio for post below , post above ground ?

Constant Reader says:

How deep do you bury the verticals and whatโ€™s the size of the lumber? Looks like a US 2×12?

yuehh tewbb says:

But the wood will rot and fall apart after a couple of years. Stone is the only way to go, don't do stuff halfway.

iamsothatteacher says:

Thanks guys! Used this video to build a retaining wall with the bench on top and it looks awesome!

LLC says:

Did u really just dump the powered concrete into the hole then add water? Does that work? How do u know proportions?

Cutie Girl says:

What would you recommend for a hill garden front and back

Mr. Locke says:

What is the dimension of the lumber used? 3×12? 2×12?

keith cunningham says:

A couple layers of 6 mil poly tacked to the back of the wall and backfill. It will last at least 50 years.

6 Axis Pty Ltd says:

Great low cost solution!

Sajid Rafique says:

You, Sir are a Gr8 Landscaper

Mortgage Financing says:

"trated powine sleeyapa"

harrison tafea says:

How did he keep the posts plum in place while the concrete sets?

Ted Wheelock says:

At 3:21 the cap is shown screwed into the post… There is a second screw. What is that screwed into? Not the post? Looks like the rail? Must not be where the rails butt up against each other… thick rails.. No concern for drainage behind wall?

redseasplitter says:

Wouldn't the wood rot over time with the water retaining back there as well?

Anton Bouchette says:

Yeah, whatever, let me know how long before those timbers in the ground rot out and leave you with a fucking headache mess. Have fun.

Bowerman Winburn says:

I'm sure you can find awesome woodworking plans on woodprix website

Callihan Hopwood says:

Nice video. However you should take instructions from woodprix website if you want to learn how to make it easily.

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