Retaining Walls and Fencing: What You Need to Know
The house to the left of me was built at a slightly higher elevation than mine. Because of this, we have a small retaining wall between our property in the backyard. This helps prevent a mini mudslide in my yard during periods of heavy rain.
When I bought the house, there was already a fence in place atop the retaining wall.
But that fence had seen better days and I knew it was time to replace it. What I did not realize is how labor intensive doing so would be and how much more it would cost me.
If you are replacing a fence on or near a retaining wall, I hope my website helps you to learn more about what you can expect from the process.
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Since wood is widely used in home construction, termites remain one of the biggest threats to homes. Without a termite protection plan in place, these wood-eating insects can cause significant structural damage to your house, leaving you with a huge building repair bill.
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