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Protecting A Retaining Wall System
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       No matter what type of retaining wall system you have built, whether it's a large retaining wall for your back yard or during home construction, providing drainage abilities are a must. When building your retaining wall system, remember that moisture can seep through porous concrete or cracks. This seepage can cause green slime, efflorescence, mineral deposits and leave rust from wall ties.
       Quite often your retaining wall system will be the first view of someone looking at your home, so if your retaining wall system is being used as a landscape retaining wall, you will want to prevent these unsightly problems. This makes it important that your retaining wall system remain forever beautiful.
       If your retaining wall system is used in home construction it is even more important to protect it against moisture. Hydrostatic headwater pressure will force moisture in soil into your home. If there is a crack in your retaining wall then the moisture will easily seep through. This can cause not only visual problems but also health problems such as mold, mildew and asthma. Your retaining wall system must include drainage abilities for moisture as well.


Waterproofing Your Retaining Wall System
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Sprays-on-coatings for retaining wall systems are unable to remove headwater pressure off the face of the retaining wall system. In addition if your concrete retaining wall has any gaps, cracks, voids or honeycombs (which are common to concrete construction) they are not adequately able to protect you. landscape walls
dimpled membrane is a 24 mill high-density membrane that can be easily applied to any retaining wall system. This air gap membrane not only removes 100% of hydrostatic headwater pressure of the face of retaining wall, but it also bridges gaps, cracks, voids and honeycombs effortlessly and easily without affecting its performance. This is something a spray-on-coating cannot claim. Using tire landscape walls on your retaining wall system will protect you retaining wall and your family for a guaranteed 40 years.

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