Several types of main wall posts are used every day.
Maintenance of concrete / non-moulded blocks
All of these retaining walls can be used in the same situation, but each has its limitations. But today we will talk about repairing trees
Wooden retaining wall.
These are the most basic walls and one of the most versatile. Whenever you build a retaining wall, note the location and intended use and type of soil. You must create each wall with the information you have and do this for each wall.
The basic arrangement of wooden retaining walls:
There are wooden retaining wall posts and wooden rails that block the floor. Behind the rails, you need a pipe with holes to collect and drain the water, and the drain metal will prevent the water from moving behind the wall and not falling off the wall. Otherwise, the walls must have good drainage. Otherwise, the water can collect and overflow. Click here for further information regarding retaining wall posts.
The material used for wooden walls depends on the height of the wall and its purpose. In our experience, we keep column spacing below 1c and keep at least .075mm of 20mpa structural concrete around the column. The smallest column used for walls up to 1 m high should be 125×125 h5. And it grows in size. Also, the depth of the soil pillars must be higher than the soil and deeper than the soil. Example: a wall column with a height of 1 m must be at least 1 m from the ground. Now if you have a parking lot on the same wall, you will need a bigger column and a deeper column to pay more.
The rails are suitable flooring and can be used as long as they span at least 3 timber fencing in Melbourne. Depending on the purpose of the wall, the correct treatment is h4-h6. Again, in principle, if you create a wall level and the ground behind the wall is far apart, you can either cut the top rail to the same slope or step on the wall from the column. Each rail should be nailed to the post and secured in place. I use 150×50 for the rail, so I use 2 x 90mm to 100mm galvanized nails.
Drainage behind the wall:
Now, this is very important and must be done correctly. We use a 110mm perforated drain coil with holes and 25mm to 7mm metal drain scale. The drain coil must be under the bottom rail so that the water remains behind the wall. Place the drain metal on top of the drain metal and fill it behind the wall. Drains must be at least 200 mm thick behind the wall. And of course, it is necessary to connect the drain coil to the place where it receives water. Additional excavations may be required to ensure the water flows properly.
These are the basic nuts and bolts on how to make a wooden retaining wall.
The height of the wooden wall is about 3m, the engineering input and the geography report wanted to install the wall. And you will need a big machine to punch holes and lift the columns. Also, there is an additional charge on the wall so an engineer or tradesman needs to check.