Retaining Walls Protect Your Yard

For function and beauty, let My provide a retaining wall for your front or backyard. Call today.

Best Professional Landscapers for Retaining Walls

If you’re looking for a retaining wall that will add beauty and elegance to your yard as well as prevent erosion and add functionality, we’re here to help.

Our professional landscapers specialize in creative retaining walls. We offer high-quality construction as well aesthetically pleasing designs so no matter what kind of design, taste, or budget you have in mind, we can customize something perfect just for you.

Sloped yards can be a challenge, but not if you work with our team. We’ll take care of the soil and prevent it from sliding down onto lower levels. In addition, we do an excellent job designing terraced landscapes where necessary. Just let us know what kind is right for your property style.

Installation is a delicate balance of form and function. A custom retaining wall designed by My will be able to hold up against any environment. With our professional landscaping services, you can be confident knowing we integrated an efficient drainage system into the design process that will last. Call us and let’s talk about building a lovely stone retaining wall in your yard today.

Retaining Wall Installation

Hardscaping and installing retaining walls are our specialty, but we can also install features on sloped areas thanks to experience with construction techniques for these kinds of tricky landscapes. We bring that same expertise when producing water features or outdoor living projects, so your property stays safe against soil erosion or flooding no matter what type you need.

The Right Wall for Your Landscape

There are a few things you need to consider when selecting the right retaining wall type. Retaining walls are required for your slope and structural support, as they use footings of soil to hold it in place while freestanding ones will work better on flat ground because their design division can help break up open space and visually appear between landscapes without too much difficulty.

Here are the types of retaining walls we install:

  • Gravity retaining walls- these are some of the most common retaining walls around. They rely upon the sheer weight and mass to keep the soil in place. The types of materials used for gravity retaining walls can vary as well but more often than not, they are made of brick, stone, concrete blocks, pavers, or stone. Some walls require a small trench to be dug so the wall can fit the slope of the land properly while others may require a concrete footer.
  • Cantilevered Retaining Walls- these walls are sometimes referred to as reinforced retaining walls because they have steel bars running through the concrete or masonry. This type of wall looks takes on an “L” shape and the weight of the soil above it holds it in place. This is a very strong option for yards that have a steep slope.
  • Anchored Retaining Walls- these walls are literally anchored into the ground behind the front of the wall with either cables or strips. The front of the wall face can be made to look a variety of ways to match the décor of your home

We have the ability to build other types of retaining walls depending upon your needs. Call us and let’s set up time to tour your yard and discuss all the options for your retaining wall project.

Why Hire My Landscaper?

We at My Landscaper can provide you with expert consultation and design services that will save time, money, as well protect against future endeavors. You won’t regret working alongside us. We specialize in installing retaining walls. Contact us today and let’s talk about what type is best suited for you.

Our Service Area

We have worked with many clients around the metro Atlanta area. We have happy customers in cities like Kennesaw, Marietta, East Cobb, Acworth, Alpharetta, Milton, Cumming, Roswell, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Vinings, and Canton. 


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