Retaining Wall Gallery Stone Retaining Walls Before: Versa-Lok / Weathered Allegheny Blend Wall After: Versa-Lok / Weathered Allegheny Blend Wall Versalok / Weathered Allegheny Blend Wall Versalok / Williamsburg Curved Wall A Double Sided Wall With A 3 Foot High, 3 Foot Wide Planter Allegheny Blend wall, steps, and pillar with perennial plantings. High Red Brick Wall Desert Blend Versa-Lok Planter Walls that replaced rotting timbers. Moon Township. Desert Blend Wall with a Picket Fence Two-Sided Desert Blend Steps in New Brighton. Saratoga Wall that starts with a curve. Center Township. Saratoga Wall with 4 foot wide steps. Center Township Saratoga Accent Block Circle Planter in Monaca. Weathered, Mosaic Allegheny Blend Wall in Sewickley Square block Wall next to Driveway Williamsburg Versa-Lok Driveway Wall with a Planting Bed. New Brighton. Retaining Wall in front of House Allegheny Blend Pillars and 5 foot wide steps with a FIeldstone Wall. Patterson Heights. Pillars and curved wall with a fire pit. Patterson Heights. Four foot high curving Saratoga Blend Versa-Lok Wall in Aliquippa Weathered Allegheny Blend pillars and mosaic planter wall with OmniStone patio. Beaver. Saratoga Blend Versa-Lok Wall and steps in Coraopolis Saratoga Versa-Lok Wall in Beaver Burnt Umber Versa-Lok Wall in Patterson Township. Desert Blend Versa-Lok wall and steps in Beaver. Williamsburg Versa-Lok Planter Wall and new shrubs with a low voltage lighting system. Terraced Desert Blend Versa- Lok Wall and 4 foot wide steps. Wexford. Weathered Mosaic Versa-Lok Wall, perfect height for sitting. Desert Blend Versa-Lok Wall and steps in Brighton Township Versa-Lok is a great, long-lasting replacement for wooden tie walls like this one. The completed Versa-Lok wall. The crew, after a job well done. Backyard Retaining Wall Parking Area Retaining Wall Stone Wall Beside Driveway A driveway border wall in Desert Blend color that steps up. A tree ring wall built with Slate accent blocks. A Slate Blend wall with 4 built-in lights. A 4′ high Allegheny Blend wall about 70′ long. A wall in Desert Blend color. A weathered mosaic Allegheny Blend wall. A Sandstone driveway wall. A large wall with steps. Building the base for a versa lok wall Weathered Versa-Lok wall, boulders and landscape. One year later, with all the flowers blooming! Saratoga Versa-Lok wall with Round Corner Saratoga Versa-Lok wall with Square Corner Desert Blend Versa-Lok wall and steps Slate Weathered Mosaic Versa-Lok® wall and steps. Allegheny blend Versa-Lok wall. Allegheny blend Versa-Lok wall next to driveway Saratoga blend country stone walls. Timber Retaining Walls Treated Pine 6×6 wall and steps, red mulch and low voltage lights. Beaver. A treated timber wall we built in Moon Township. Taking a slope out of the back yard, this wall gives a little more flat space behind the house. Another fine example of how planter boxes can be created out of space formerly thought to be unusable. The owners of this home had a small flat area at the bottom of this slope. To access it, Tuma Lawn Service built timber stairs, flanked planter boxes, and a mulch bank. This wall incorporates several elements: stairs, a wall, and planter boxes. The pads, or terraces, of the walkway are done with Omni Stone. This wall was created as an overlook. Notice how the wall angles back to keep from toppling. This is a strong wall. This is an example of timbers used as a retaining wall. The dark squares are timbers that go back into the hillside for added strength. Another detail shot. You can see the angles cut into the timbers for a tight and clean look. Timbers can also be used for steps. A closer look at a timber wall with steps in the distance. An area that will eventually surround a driveway has been neatened up with a low wall with planting boxes. A little bit of everything on this job! An Omnistone© sidewalk bordered with treated pine timbers, made into steps as well. Between the driveway, walk and house you have a slope that was converted into a shrub bed bordered at the bottom by a treated pine “box”. Tiered Timber Wall Timber steps with an Omni-Stone wall to the driveway. Beaver. We used timbers to hold this bed together along the property line. We then planted Rhododendrons and covered it with Lava Rock.