Bunbury retaining walls components consist of concrete post and panels, all steel reinforced. The 'H' shaped posts are set into holes dug approximately 113cm apart. The depth of the holes must equal the height of the retaining wall required (max depth 1200mm). Walls up to 1.5m high can be constructed.
Equal pressures are then created above and below ground level (a cantilever effect). The posts are then aligned, levelled and anchored in a concrete footing. The panels are then inserted into and down the tracks of the posts. The bottom panels are supported by the footing around each post. Each panel interlocks and raises the height of the wall in 150mm increments.
- Available in natural cream, limestone or economical plain textures
- Quick, clean & easy installation by yourself or our professional teams
- Shire approved & engineer designed for your security
- Maintenance free - will not fade or deteriorate
- Suitable for domestic & commercial situations
- Obligation free on-site assessment
Retaining walls must be constructed according to engineering specifications!
The following direction describe the stages of a common method of installation
1.Set up a string line between two stakes
positioned at each end of the required wall.
2.Dig the first two post holes to the depth and
diameter indicated above, and with centres
1.13m apart. (It is better to dig the holes too
deep and add more sand than to dig too
shallow and have to lift the post out to deepen
Please click here to read more of the stages of a common method installation.
For detailed instruction on how to install a retaining wall click here