Surely someone out there has run into this type of situation: I have a
sloping rear lot in which we would like to put in about 3 feet of fill at the
lowest end. The adjacent neighbor's lawn is at grade and we share the fence.
My proposal is to use an 8-inch solid locking block retaining wall system,
but I cannot figure out how to anchor a 4' proposed chain link fence above it.
The retaining wall will gradually taper vertically (by block design) and
horizontally by grade. Concrete would be difficult, as access for the truck
is troublesome. Any suggestions????
concrete vs. wood for retaining wall
building a retaining wall with pressure treated wood
Retaining wall against foundation
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