Retaining Walls Coeur D Alene ID

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The Turfgrass Technical Manual
West 5300 Riverbend Avenue
Post Falls, ID
 
Lakeside Landscape
(208) 762-0735
11758 N Tracey Rd
Hayden, ID
Hours
Mon 07:30 AM-06:00 PM

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Pacific Lawn Maintenance
(509) 218-1775
18913 E Riverwalk Ln
Spokane Valley, WA
 
Idaho Alpines
(208) 267-5790
Bonners Ferry, ID
 
Banks Family Farm
(208) 267-7785
Bonners Ferry, ID
 
Trees Etc.
(509) 922-9112
Veradale, WA
 
Advanced Sprinklers
(208) 687-1955
PO Box 686
Rathdrum, ID

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Twenty Mile Creek Nursery
(208) 267-2962
Naples, ID
 
Clayton Tree Farm Nampa
(208) 482-6600
Nampa, ID
 
Green Ranch
(208) 392-4403
Boise, ID
 
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Improve Your Yard and Landscape with a Retaining Wall

Are you tired of watching your back yard disappear faster than your money at the gas pump? Maybe it’s time for a retaining wall. If your yard is sloped, or you simply want to add different levels to your landscape, a retaining wall is the perfect option. However, saying that you want a retaining wall for your yard is like saying that you want a new car – which one is best for your needs?

There are basically four different types of retaining walls – wood, pavers, stone/rocks and concrete. Here’s how to determine which type of retaining wall is best for your yard:

Pavers/Blocks
A retaining wall made from concrete pavers or blocks is a popular choice for do-it-yourself homeowners. The material for this type of retaining wall is available at home improvement retailers.
A paver or block wall is easy to curve to fit a unique landscape. Pavers and blocks are good for most any size retaining wall.
 
Stone/Rock
This kind of wall looks like a natural part of the landscape. Stone and rock walls, though, are usually more difficult to build because they involve fitting pieces together and securing them with mortar. They are generally better for lower retaining walls.
 
Concrete
If strength is the sole determining factor in your retaining wall, then you can’t go wrong with concrete. Concrete will probably last as long as you own your home, but it also presents two major challenges – cost and appearance. Conc...

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