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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by IRRITECH, Jun 23, 2011.
I don't put in walls, but I certainly know this is just wrong.
What soil type is in thy area?
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yeah, red clay and rock
How long has that slope been cut like that???
How long has the walls bean dere??
The two walls certainly ARE level and don't look bad.
Looks like a grade issue that the owner inherited from the builder and or developer. Probably put those 2 smalls walls up after having to constantly clean sediment off the driveway, and probably thats all they could afford?
I doubt they were throwing rocks at you while you were out spraying not every project has to end up in the Belgard Catalog
looks fine to mw
Really?? I'll take your word for it, but to me that is scary. No idea how long it has been there.
This thread cracked me up and I had to comment:
If someone posted this job with the title "Look at the walls I just built." We would have hacked him down and told him what a lousy engineering job, no grid, etc. Instead someone posts a poor job for kicks and we say "not too bad, the walls look good, probably didn't have the money for anymore construction."
It does look a little scary, but at this point, the walls look stable.
the only problem I can see is no drainage. the courses look level the set back on the 2nd wall looks a little to short but not that bad. cant tell if there is grid or if they back filled with stone or not. the front of the wall looks fine. no cracking no shifting and it has been there fr at least a year.