Seawalls and Retaining Walls

No matter how well something is built or designed, even with proper maintenance, Mother Nature eventually takes its toll on everything.

Gunite can be used to repair or replace seawalls that have lost the battle against the unforgiving ocean breaks.

Gunite can also be used to build new, or reinforce existing, dilapidated retaining walls. Retaining walls can be used to stop any existing property erosion to ensure that an area of ground maintains its current grade. They are also used to raise the existing grade in order to level a sloping property or even just create more level space around a pool for increased patio area.

A gunite seawall or retaining wall ensures you get the durability of a proven product that is stronger and more reliable than any other product on the market.

 

Spillway for a dam being constructed by Shur Shot Gunite.

 

The completed gunite-reinforced retaining wall.

 

Another completed gunite-reinforced retaining wall.

 

Applying gunite to a retaining wall.

 

A gunite seawall facing Long Island Sound in Norwalk, Connecticut.

 

A gunite seawall facing Long Island Sound in Norwalk, Connecticut.

 

A gunite seawall facing Long Island Sound in Norwalk, Connecticut.

 

A gunite seawall facing Long Island Sound in Norwalk, Connecticut.

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