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The wall is built! Here is how I went about concreting in the vertical oak retaining wall and a look at some important things to consider. — CLICK SHOW MORE FOR LINKS AND RESOURCES — CONTACT US restorationcouple@gmail.com OUR SOCIAL NETWORKS Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/restorationcouple YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/therestorationcouple Twitter – https://twitter.com/RestoCouple Instagram – https://instagram.com/restorationcouple/ OUR BLOG http://www.restorationcouple.com/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical garden in Elche – Construction process‘Living Scaffold’ Green Wall Hides Unsightly Construction While Decreasing Air Pollution | CNBCVertical Garden Construction – Large Vertical GardensPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsCreating a Low Impact Garden Store with Sedum Wildflower Green Roof, Hart Design & Construction BathXANADU GROUP VERTICAL GARDEN CONSTRUCTION

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17 Comments

  • Alfredo Diaz 1 month ago

    U do nice work! I was watching ur oak garden wall and just wanted to ask you what kind of oak wood did u use for your wall ? And also how did u cut all your pieces to length ?

  • Felix Reali 1 month ago

    Tim, when you do a job, you really do it properly. great little tips there with that long piece of metal and with the little piece of scrap wood as a spacer. great result as always

  • James Vernon 1 month ago

    Great vid! could you tell me what size sleepers you've used?

  • Lewis Curd 1 month ago

    Thanks so much. Your video has been such an inspiration… seeing you do this all alone has pushed me to achieve further. A great help, cheersNice 1

  • yjxu66 1 month ago

    Are the oak sleepers treated? How many years can this kind of edging last? Thanks

  • Love & Peace 1 month ago

    I used to carry heavy things without a back support , now my back is damage and pain is horrible, please protect your back. Now you are young and dont feel anything , but in future you can damage your back.
    Back pain is horrible.
    Thank you for your videos.

  • Alan Prior 1 month ago

    Helped me hugely. About to attempt this job and had little idea where to start!

  • Chris Ware 1 month ago

    Hi Tim, firstly, I am a MASSIVE fan! Love getting the alerts you have posted a new video! I am currently building a sleeper wall too and was wondering if you were going to show how the membrane will be finished? Are you going to be stapling it or something to the sleepers to stop the soil contacting them? I am just about to install gravel and drainage pipe to keep all water away but was thinking of maybe using a non woven fabric too on the back of the sleepers.

  • silly wabbit 1 month ago

    Stop lifting with your back bro. @17:50

  • Marc Gray 1 month ago

    Another great video Tim…. you give me too many ideas for my own garden. I like you just don't stop! Will look great all planted out

  • so I've always believed wood should not be in direct contact with concrete as the concrete stops the wood drying out and as a result it will rot…

  • g2macs 1 month ago

    This will gain you at least one possibly two get out of jail cards with your Missus. Remember to use them asap as they
    have a short shelve life.

  • BungyLaces70.3 1 month ago

    I've seen this walls popping up quite frequently in the gardens near where I live. Great vid, glad it all came together for you.
    DODGY BALLCOCK!

  • Addicted to Projects 1 month ago

    Looking great! =)

    I think those bricks in front of the oak sleepers were a stroke of genius. They set it all off really nicely.

    Looking forward to the completion!

  • Noel Kealey 1 month ago

    Looks great, give the concrete as much time as possible to go off! I did something similar and filled it after 2 wks and the sleepers got pushed out a few mm's.

  • J A Brown 1 month ago

    Really looking great … keep them coming do love your videos..

  • Peter Jennings 1 month ago

    How do you have a B & Q trade card? I thought you were a photographer by trade??