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Before the geo-lock anchor system was installed, you can see how much this retaining wall was leaning from the weight of the soil is was holding up.
Jason Autry drills the holes through the retaining wall in order to install the geo lock anchor system.
Our crew working on the geo lock wall anchor system install.
Jason Autry drilling through the retaining wall.
Jason Autry works to install a geo-lock anchor system to save this retaining wall from toppling over from the weight of the soil pressing on it.
One crew member makes sure the anchor is going in to the ground at the correct angle while the other works to drive it in.
The wall plates shown here face away from the property and towards the woods so they aren't seen.
The failing retaining wall has been stabilized and significantly straightened. It will continue to straighten even more over time.
This view shows how the yard goes all the way up to the retaining wall. Other photos show how steep the drop off is beyond the wall. The combined pictures give an idea of how much pressure this retaining wall was enduring. The geo lock wall anchor system will keep it secure and stand it back up straight.
This picture shows the drop off that occurs outside the property line. Another picture shows how the lawn comes all the way up to the retaining wall. Because of this, you can imagine how much pressure is on this retaining wall.
This ovehead views shows both sides of the failing retaining wall- the property side and the drop off at the property line.
A retaining wall that runs the entire length of the propery line was starting to topple over. The geo-lock wall anchor system was used to straighten and secure the wall upright.