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Sus-Scrofa
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Small retaining wall
Prior owners put in a fire pit near my back tree line.

It’s on a slope in a shaded area, more or less no grass. I’d like to level it out some and make it a more enjoyable pit area.

Need some advice on a cheap option for a DYI retaining wall that will hold up. Probably would need to be a foot or two high at most.


awestruck
Auburn Fan
Member since Jan 2015
6532 posts

re: Small retaining wall
Stacked rock ... it'll last so long they'll carbon date it 150,000 years from now.


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weadjust
Member since Aug 2012
10385 posts

re: Small retaining wall
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cheap option for a DYI retaining wall


Stack bags of quikrete and drive some rebar through the unopen bags. Wait for rain or hose it down.



This post was edited on 10/15 at 9:32 pm


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Mr Sausage
Texas A&M Fan
Cat Spring, Texas
Member since Oct 2011
3734 posts

re: Small retaining wall
Pavestone that bitch. 2’. No problem.


lazy
Member since Jun 2020
231 posts

re: Small retaining wall
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Pavestone that bitch.


I really don't care for pavestone or other pre-manufactured walls. They always seem sterile to me. A stone gravity wall looks much better IMO.


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tigeroarz1
Wake Forest Fan
Winston-Salem, NC
Member since Oct 2013
1864 posts

re: Small retaining wall
I’d do the stacked rock. Backfill it with some small aggregate to drain. Since it’s in the shade it will look nice with some natural moss growing on it.


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