Narrow tall gabion walls need lateral support posts
Step 1 - Depth of foundation, size and spacing of posts depends on size and height of the wall, soil strength and wind loads.
Step 2 - Posts set in concrete, an optional base nib wall, may be required.
Step 3 - Fit gabion baskets around support posts
Step 4 - Fill Gabion baskets
Gabion baskets for walls come in a variety of sizes
United Kingdom wide delivery, with freight charged at cost.
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Questions and Answers
Q. What spacings should the posts be at?
A. Generally posts are spaced at around 1.0m apart. However this will vary from site to site.
Q. Can I use timber support posts?
A. Yes, but there is less room inside the gabion cage to place the rocks
Q. Do I need the concrete nib wall?
A. Not always, some supported walls only need the posts set in concrete, however the nib wall gives a professional look to the finished wall.
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