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Retaining Walls Toronto & Ontario

The purpose of a retaining wall is to hold back a hillside and turn steep slopes into usable space. Earth Stick & Stone takes time and pays attention to detail to work on retaining walls to professionally achieve this outcome. Contact Earth Stick & Stone today and receive a free no obligation estimate on retaining wall services in Toronto and Ontario.

Retaining walls look like simple for the most part. They commonly known ones are stacked stone, block, or timber. But on a much careful look, retaining walls are professionally engineered features that constantly fight against gravity thus preventing an entire hill or slope from caving into your property.

We come highly recommended in Toronto, Brampton, Vaughan, Halton Hills and across several cities in Ontario. We also offer 100% guaranteed services. Until your project is completed to satisfaction, our work is not done. Recommend us to friends and loved ones who need pool deck construction service. We will sure return the favor by giving you discount services and free maintenance as listed in our many seasonal promotions. Earth Stick & Stone pool deck design service areas span all over Ontario and major cities like Toronto, Vaughan, Newmarket, Barrie, Richmondhill, Oshawa, Oakville, Windsor, Peterborough, Ottawa and in over 50 other cities.

Retaining Walls Contractor Toronto & Ontario

Earth Stick & Stone builds retaining walls to restrain extremely huge amounts of soil, dirt and stones which may break away and slide from an uphill part of the property into the designed landscape area of the property. As an added functionality, retaining walls act as barriers that convert easily to inviting sitting spots for guests when having a backyard barbecue or party. They also increase usable yard space by terracing sloped properties. This added function is extremely important for flat home as they are becoming more scarce in today’s building architecture. Retaining walls are ideal for locations where there are spots downhill from soil fault lines and where the downhill side of a foundation is losing supporting soil or its uphill side is under pressure from sliding soil.