How To Repair A Collapsed Stone Retaining Wall
1. Take the wall down
We have to finish taking it down so we can figure out the extent of the problem. We don’t want to do a half-baked job and cause you more problems down the line.
2. Note how the stones are put together
The main reason for this is so we can rebuild your wall exactly how it was, well, unless some stones need replacing. But it’ll be close! We’ll have a quicker and easier time rebuilding it. This means you’ll have your wall back quicker and we’ll be out of your hair.
3. Replace any stones as needed
Sometimes we find stones that need replacing before they start causing problems.
4. Analyze to see what caused the collapse
We’ll find the problem and come up with a solution.
5. Fix whatever caused the wall to fail
Whether it’s drainage, erosion, bad stones, etc, we’ll fix your wall!
6. Compact the subgrade
This is to keep other problems from popping up after we rebuild your wall.
7. Rebuild Your Stone Retaining Wall