Added by on 2016-07-30

Here is a look at how I built our oak sleeper retaining wall for the patio. The wall is built on sloped ground but we wanted to ensure we had a nice level top that would serve as a place to sit and also border the paving stone. We will have freely draining gravel behind the sleepers however you may want to use some drainage pipe to make sure there is no build up of water behind, especially on larger walls. CONTACT US restorationcouple@gmail.com OUR SOCIAL NETWORKS Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/restorationc… YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/therestoratio… Twitter – https://twitter.com/RestoCouple Instagram – https://instagram.com/restorationcouple/ OUR BLOG http://www.restorationcouple.com/ Music by http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Josh_Woodward/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBuilders DIY: Designing your Garden – Building a Retaining Wall & SeatBuilding a Strawberry Wall – Vertical GardeningBBC Future Building the Great Green Wall of ChinaBuilding VT Pro Design’s Hybrid Living WallPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living Wallshydroponics growing system homemade – Building a hydroponic vertical garden

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7 Comments

  • Jonathan Wigley 1 year ago

    hi
    I'm wanting to build a six row retaining wall with Sleepers, will cementing them in pockets with the screws work for a higher wall? great videos I'm learning alot!

  • Nick Porter 1 year ago

    Fantastic video as always. Ordered our sleepers for a bank holiday project in the garden to build a retaining wall with steps up from the patio. What length stainless steel screws and coaches did you use?

  • reedy 1 year ago

    That is pretty reasonable actually. showed this to the missus, she was impressed (it takes a lot – believe me)

  • reedy 1 year ago

    Nice – how much did that little lot cost ?

  • jerry o connor 1 year ago

    Nice job I bet they weren't cheap

  • Matthew Friedrichs 1 year ago

    Great work. Thanks for sharing.

  • Henrys Workshop 1 year ago

    Nice job so far! Looks really neat, you're making quick progress with your garden!