An example of a stone retaining wall

Crib retaining walls are built up using cells or block units made of either timber or concrete and then filled using soil. These walls are an economical solution for building larger retaining walls that must support large loads above them. The width and type of crib block units can be changed to suit the wall's use, retained height and type of retained soil. Crib walls can support plant life between the block units to cover up an otherwise exposed retaining wall.

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