Retaining Wall Time Lapse Construction.
The lapse footage showing a recent job we completed. This video will be featured on our website.
This difficult project located in Windham was quite a job. Interstate Landscape started with the removal of an old deteriorating timber wall. The homeowner wanted to create more living space in their back yard so after the wall was removed we excavated back 8ft of the hillside and removed about 120 yards of fill. When we were excavating we ran into three large patches of ledge that had to be removed. We then jack hammered and removed the ledge making way for the preparation of the base of the new wall. Once the base was completed, construction of the segmental retaining wall began. In total 400 face feet of three and six inch Highland Stone Earth Blend was used to construct the wall. After the wall was completed, base prep and installation of 800 square feet of Genest Baxter and Acadia stone pavers were used to construct two patios and connecting walkways. A Genest Windsor Block fire pit with metal liner was also constructed in one of the patios. The patio and walkway areas were lined with 400 lineal feet of Rinox Belmont Border. To top the project off 900 square feet of sod from Tuckahoe Turf was installed. This was a tough and challenging job but we feel the end result looks great!
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