Retaining walls create a barrier between a higher and lower area of land. Building a retaining wall will prevent ground erosion from an area due to water runoff or drainage issues. Kohler Lawn has experience installing retaining walls throughout Pleasant Hill, Jackson, Cass County, MO, and Johnson County, Kansas.
How Do Retaining Walls Stabilize My Soil?
Using large blocks to hold the soil in place and correct drainage issues, a retaining wall redirects water runoff and keeps the current soil in place. After rainfall, gravity will move the water landing on the ground downhill, and soil not held behind a retaining wall will move with it. One of the most straightforward preventative measures homeowners can take to protect their property from erosion is installing a retaining wall. Not only do retaining walls improve function, but they also increase curb appeal and help increase home value in hilly subdivisions or for homes with basements in Missouri and Kansas.
Let the Experts Take the Lead
Kohler Lawn holds the credentials that back up what we promise. We are members of the National Association of Landscape Professionals and have ICPI certification from the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute. The ICPI and NCMA recently united to form the Concrete Masonry & Hardscapes Association. Kohler Lawn now has the most complete technical resources and training programs available in our industry for concrete masonry and hardscapes.
Kohler Lawn & Outdoor is the premier lawn and landscape company in Pleasant Hill, MO, servicing Jackson, Johnson, and Cass Counties. With over 30 years in the business, we know how to turn outdoor problems into solutions. We also install irrigation systems, outdoor lighting, and hardscapes.
Let Kohler Lawn’s experience with retaining wall construction create a better-landscaped space on your property. Contact Us today – we do outdoor projects and retaining walls year round or by phone at 816-540-4400 to schedule an appointment with one of our experts and let us help make your project a reality.