Need to build up erosion, add small retaining wall & paver edging...

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Old 11-04-17, 02:10 PM
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Need to build up erosion, add small retaining wall & paver edging...

Hello all,

Loss of a wooden fence along sloped driveway, exposed issues...

Issue #1) The need for a small retaining wall (approx 6"), where pool pump area is, then up 90 degrees into the yard until level ground because area is eroding.

Before installing new fence...What material(s) would you use to build up erosion, around pool pump? Then, While leaving room to install new fence, how would you build a small retaining wall along slope between pool pump and down driveway, turning 90 degrees, up into yard, until it levels off?



Issue #2) The need to remove existing rotten wooden paver edging and replace with new non-wood edging.

I'm considering using leftover bricks, on the small paver area along driveway, from the fence to pool pump area AND POTENTIALLY to build the small retaining wall but I don't have enough brick to go edge all the paver edging.

I appreciate your thoughts!


 
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Old 11-06-17, 08:19 AM
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Can you post some pictures of the area?
 
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Old 11-06-17, 09:44 AM
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Sure, how's this....?
 
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Here are more pics, that may be helpful...
 
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Old 11-08-17, 10:14 AM
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BTW, My apologies, if this should've been posted in "Bricks, Masonry, Cinder Block, Paving & Walking Stones, Asphalt and Concrete".
 
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