Cracked, structurally sound, retaining wall
sandygold
August 21, 2013 in Design Dilemma
We have an ugly cracked concrete wall @30'x3' along a front driveway. We've been told it is structurally sound but a 20 year old concrete veneer has cracked. Do we remove and replace, stucco, use a stone veneer...? Needs to be weather resistant for Colorado cold and heat.
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If the wall is still structurally sound, you can use stone veneer or brick veneer, with a sand stone cap, or if the wall is bordering the yard you can create a bed that is a little higher than the yard with some evergreens to hide the wall.
August 22, 2013 at 4:32am   
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