If you're looking for an alternative to your concrete or timber retaining walls, then a rock retaining wall is a good option. It can add a rustic and natural aesthetic to your garden. It is also extremely durable, and its sheer weight keeps massive amounts of soil retained. However, to make sure that a rock retaining wall is installed correctly, you must hire professional contractors.
At iSeekplant, it is easy finding rock retaining wall contractors in Chatswood for your backyard. We have a nationwide network of rock retaining wall companies featured on our online directory. You can also use our get a quote tool to submit a quote request and have suppliers contacting you within the hour. Find rock retaining walls in Chatswood now by checking out our listings above.
As mentioned, the installation of a rock retaining wall needs the help of a professional. Therefore, when thinking about adding one to your backyard, the total expenses will include rock retaining wall materials and labour. Check out the average cost of rock retaining walls below on a per square meter and material basis:
Here are the factors that affect rock retaining wall costs:
Here at iSeekplant, you can use our get a quote tool to find rock retaining wall services in Chatswood. If you can't find any retaining wall contractors in your location, try viewing our available rock retaining wall companies in Lane Cove, Mosman, Sydney North, Sydney Metro or Sydney East. Also try viewing some related services you might be interested in, such as Retaining Walls, Block Retaining Walls and Gabion Retaining Walls.
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