Retaining Walls Construction

Anchortech offers retaining wall construction with timber and other materials for both commercial and private clients.
We begin by assessing the area which is to be retained and provide an earth retaining solution that will suit the site and your needs to provide a long-lasting, secure, and tidy end result.

The retaining wall construction that Anchortech builds is commonly between the range of 1 – 8 meters in height. Anchortech can supply the earth anchors, hole boring and can bring both expertise, experience, and all the right machinery to complete your job from start to finish.

We can build and anchor your retaining wall in timber, concrete, or other materials for both secure and decorative needs.

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When do you need retainer walls?

Retaining walls are built when property owners or developers opt to have better land use and access. Common land areas that often need to reinforced earthworks and retaining walls include wetlands, land with natural springs, and steep gradient land. We also rebuild timber retainer walls when the previous retention and walls have eroded away due to natural degradation, earthworks, and rebuilding or section changing needs.

Anchor Tech has diggers and hole digging and supply earth anchors, piling, poles and timber for retaining walls.
Have a look at our past projects and photos for some ideas. Anchortech can come to you to assess your site and property needs, offer to consult on suitable materials and design.
Contact Anchortech for all your anchoring and retaining wall needs.

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Our Approach

First, we discuss with engineers to resolve the underlying issues on properties and why retaining walls are needed. We then take soil samples to see what we are working with, then come up the most cost-effective solution for our clients.

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