Retaining Walls

Mark Arsenault

One area you don’t want to hire just any contractor is in the installation of your retaining wall. We’ve seen many examples in New Hampshire of badly constructed retaining walls. And we’ve got the pictures to prove it!

Retaining walls are quite possibly the most complex and difficult component of any landscape installation. By definition, a retaining wall is a structure that is intended to hold back, or retain soil and earth. It is therefore imperative to properly plan, design, and execute the construction to ensure the wall will function properly, safely, and remain intact for a lifetime.

If you are looking for retaining wall contractors in New Hampshire, you will find none better qualified than the construction crew at Green Monster Landscapes. They are well trained and experienced in the construction of many different styles of retaining walls, including concrete segmented retaining walls (SRW), dry stacked stone walls, boulder style walls, masonry walls, and more. They attend industry sponsored training seminars each year in addition to having hands-on experience.

If your particular retaining wall installation project requires an engineered plan, we will work closely with Geotechnical specialists during the planning stages, to ensure the rock-solid integrity of the wall that we put in for you. As a company, we are authorized contractors for several concrete block manufacturers and have National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) Certified Installers on every job. See NCMA’s website for information about building walls.

We aren’t a one-trick pony. Because of our experience and training with many different styles of block, natural granite, and synthetic stone products, we can install any wall product that you like. You are not limited to the selection of materials that we are comfortable working with. This means you get the exact wall that you want, built to last a lifetime!

Mark Arsenault

About Mark Arsenault

Mark Arsenault began Green Monster Landscapes, LLC in 2003 installing walkways and patios with little more than a shovel and wheelbarrow. Today, his team consists of dedicated, skilled landscape, construction, and stone mason professionals.