Retaining Wall Contractor San Diego

Concrete Retaining WallsThe design of a concrete retaining wall can vary greatly depending on site conditions and also the engineer designing the wall.

Footing size, block wall or poured in place concrete, the use of caissons are just a few of the decisions that will need to be made during the design process.

Retaining Wall Repair

In some situations, your existing wall can be repaired. If your wall can be repaired a significant saving could be expected in most cases.

Let Unlimited Drilling & Foundations Inc. be your San Diego Retaining Wall Contractor.  Please give us a call today at 619-449-7880.

Types of Materials for Retaining Walls

Their are lots of different options when looking at options for your retaining wall, but not all materials are created equally.  Some of the most common options that are used are poured concrete, concrete cinder blocks, brick, and wood.  Each application is used for a different design feel and also in different situations.  If you are not sure what is right for you, not a problem.  We will help you make the best decision for your home during the estimate process!

How long will it take to build or repair my retaining wall?

Ultimately this just depends on how big the project is.  Some projects, especially retaining wall repairs can be done quickly, whereas large estate jobs can take quite a bit longer.  There are many different variables, such as the materials used, and the size of the wall that will dictate how long the repair or build of your retaining wall will take.  We always do everything in our power to communicate how long the project is estimated to take with our clients.

What are the different types of retaining walls?

There are quite a few different variations when it comes to retaining walls.  We have listed a few below for you.  If you are not sure what type of wall you need, not a problem!  These are all things that we look at in the estimate process and will be happy to advise you on the best solution for your budget and need. 

Gravity.
Cantilevered.
Sheet piling.
Bored pile.
Anchored.
Soil nailing.
Soil-strengthened.
Mechanical stabilization.