This was another typical case of a timber sleeper wall at the end of its effective life. This wall was around 20 years old according to the owner.
Termites had substantially eaten the wall and there was also some evidence of wood rot. One section had had a total collapse and more critical sections were extremely close to collapse.
Had this wall been left any longer the repair would have been far more costly.
Access and working lack of space made this job more challenging than usual.
This bush rock wall has been built to last a lifetime, with mortared up joints and weep holes at the bottom of the wall.
- Client Residential
- Type Rock Retaining Walls, Stone Masonry Retaining Walls