The Benefits of Adding a Retaining Wall to Your Property
Landscaping and hardscaping elements certainly add beauty to your home, but they can serve a functional purpose as well. At Beautiful Blooms Landscaping, we design, build, and install a variety of outdoor living spaces for our clients, which include many of these elements. We provide high-end hardscaping solutions, such as our retaining wall construction, to help customize your landscape. Let’s go through some ways that you could benefit from installing a retaining wall on your property.
One of the more functional benefits of a retaining wall is to aid in managing the drainage around your property. Retaining walls can help prevent soil erosion in your garden and flower beds by providing the essential support they need, as well as the drainage necessary to prevent flooding. We also offer many other drainage solutions, including French drain systems, gutters and downspouts, catch basins, and rock swale construction.
Another potential function of a retaining wall is to provide a creative border alongside your pool. This is especially beneficial to even out your yard if it is sloped. If you have a pavilion near your pool or anywhere else on your property, a retaining wall could add extra seating.
Fire Pit Seating
Constructing a retaining wall is also a creative way to add seating around your fire pit. The retaining wall can provide permanent seating that doesn’t need to be maintained or replaced over time like other types of seating. Beautiful Blooms Landscaping can install any type of fire feature you desire, such as a fire pit, fire bowl, chiminea, or outdoor fireplace.
Request Your Consultation
The expert designers at Beautiful Blooms Landscaping will supervise and manage your entire outdoor renovation from start to finish, as we work to enhance your landscape. We offer many solutions for your outdoor needs, so contact us today at (904) 744-8686 to request a consultation. We serve residents in Jacksonville, Florida, along with the nearby communities of Nassau County, Amelia Island, Jacksonville Beach, and Duval County.