Retaining Walls Installation & Erosion Control Landscaping
Long Island Elite of Rocky Point expertly handles the installation of retaining walls for homes throughout Suffolk County, New York. When it comes to retaining walls, many homeowners love the smaller, more decorative wall, because they look at the larger ones as more of a daunting task. But this is where we come in! With over 40 years of experience and a background in engineering, Long Island Elite can design and install a larger retaining wall for your property with all the beauty and ingenuity that you could imagine.
Retaining Walls Importance
Retaining walls are vital for the safety and integrity of any property and can help with erosion control. A retaining wall, by definition, is designed to restrain soil to a slope that is unnatural to the land, but used to steer a near-vertical or vertical slope. Some popular aspects where we build new retaining walls are for pools and driveways. Learn more about the building considerations of installing a retaining wall for your driveway.
They can be used to correct grades, increase property value, provide new, usable areas within your property, redirect water problems, and still become a visually pleasing part of your overall landscape. Whatever the reason you want a retaining wall installed, we can handle the job. Retaining walls are also important when it comes to land terracing in hilly areas. They improve the flow of water on your property to prevent flooding and allow for you to plant.
Fun fact. A retaining wall that retains soil on the backside and water on the front side is a seawall or a bulkhead. A basement wall is also one kind of retaining wall. We can be contracted to install ones in your home's yard. A retaining wall can be installed for a few different reasons in your yard. Learn more about the benefits of adding a retaining wall for your pool area. We will work with you on the design and build one that meets your standards.
Prevents Washing of Ground
The installation of retaining walls are perfect anybody who is close to a body of water, like a lake or river, or even if you are in a region that gets a lot of rainfall. These walls help prevent soil erosion from your landscaping and the area around your home foundation by limiting or stopping dirt and mudslides floating towards your house. They act by holding back any dirt and making sure your property is kept safe.
Common Materials for Retaining Walls
Many homeowners prefer retaining walls that are smaller and more decorative. With over 40 years of experience and a background in engineering, Long Island Elite can design and install any sized retaining wall for your property and do so with all the beauty and ingenuity that you would expect. So no matter how big or small the wall is you want installed, our contracting professionals will get the job done to your liking! And will make sure it secures the property. We have the ability to use many different materials during the process, including
- Concrete blocks
- Timber logs
- Reinforced concrete
So select the material that best suits your needs!
Call Today For a Free Estimate
Long Island Elite Landscaping installs safe and secure retaining walls for home and business owners throughout Suffolk County, New York. No matter the size of the retaining wall or its purpose, our contractors will get the job done! The cost of these projects varies based on the materials selected. However, we will work with you to ensure that the installation fits your budget.
For more information about our services, please call us today. The number to call is 631-821-6022. We will gladly answer any questions or concerns you may have about the installation process. We can also provide you with a free retaining walls quote to help with your budgeting. So please, do not hesitate to reach out! Many in not only Rocky Point, but across Suffolk County, Long Island turn to us as trusted retaining wall builders and contractors. Also, please give our Facebook page a like!
Long Island Elite Landscaping
189 Rocky Point Landing Rd
Rocky Point, NY 11778