Sloping blocks present some genuinely unique landscaping challenges. Retaining walls have long been a saving grace for landscaping on a slope. However, with our modular wall systems, you can seamlessly integrate retaining into your boundary wall or fence.
This QLD corner block home utilises our retaining solutions within our standalone and integrated EstateWall systems. The front standalone retaining wall provides a stunning planter box feature, whilst the integrated retaining wall creates a sleek, seamless boundary solution. The EstateWall boundary wall continues into the backyard, up to the glass fencing around the pool area, highlighting one of the biggest perks of a sloped block; the gorgeous views!
Save costs landscaping on a slope
Installing a brick or block retaining wall and a boundary fence on top can significantly increase your fencing budget. However, spending so much on a functional feature can be frustrating and leave less funding for the ‘fun’ outdoor area expenses.
With our wall systems, you can drastically cut expenses by integrating retaining panels into your boundary wall. The result? More money to spend on things such as new plants, lighting and an outdoor fire pit.
Save time landscaping on a slope
Renovations can be time-sensitive, with one step requiring completion before the next stage can begin. However, compared to traditional retaining wall options, like brick or block, our wall systems require a fraction of the installation time. So, level your lot as quickly as possible, and free your time to work on tiling, laying lawns and planting garden beds.
Achieve a seamless retaining wall
Mixing materials is often necessary to achieve fencing requirements when landscaping on a slope. However, a steel fence on top of a brick retaining wall often looks out of place. It can even age your home or drag down your property value. On the other hand, our seamlessly integrated retaining systems instantly boost the overall aesthetic of your home whilst achieving a premium rendered aesthetic.