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Enhance Your Yard with Retaining Walls

Enhance Your Yard with Retaining Walls

Next Level Lawn and Landscape knows retaining walls can be a big investment of time and money. They were first used as a way of holding back soil and to help with structure. Not any more, times have changed! By using retaining walls, we wan create beautiful outdoor living spaces, provide extra seating for entertaining, create curb appeal and so much more. Curving retaining walls helps to dress them up and adds a little texture to your landscape. At Next Level Lawn and Landscape, retaining walls are our specialty. Our experienced crews have created many projects including retaining walls all over the Kansas City Metro area exceeding customer expectations.

5 Benefits of Retaining Walls

1. Available Seating
By creating the retaining wall, you have just added outdoor seating. Surround your outdoor fire pit with a wall to add the extra seating you have always wanted.

2. Ditch Your Deck
Raised patios built with bricks and pavers are a low  maintenance option to replace wooden decks that require frequent maintenance. Stairs built with pavors connect the patio to the rest of the home and yard landscape for a smooth flow.

3. Enhance Curb Appeal
Use retaining walls as a way of protecting your lawn from tire tracks, plowing or deicing. A tiered retaining wall in your yard adds space for plants and shrubs and creates an improved walkway better for invited guests.

4. A Place for Your Plants
Create a solutions for the hard to maintain areas around trees and plants. Using retaining wall materials, build tree rings and plants, creating space for plant and shrubs.

5. Build a Backyard
If your home has a hill for a back yard, ask our experts how to create a usable back yard with retaining walls. We install a single wall or tiers of retaining walls in the hillside, excavating as needed.

Call Next Level Lawn and Landscape at (816) 447-0229 to get your next retaining wall project started today!

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Posted on: Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Last modified on: Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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