how to install a fence post next to a retaining wall

Building a fence on top of a Segmental Block Retaining Wall

Oct 27, 2014 Contrary to popular belief, building a fence on top or behind a Block Retaining wall is rather easy. In some cases where only a small amount of retaining is required as in 200-400mm the fence can be built directly on top of the wall with the fence posts passing through the walling blocks and concreted into 【Get Price】

Installing fence next to retaining wall This Old House

Sep 10, 2014 Re: Installing fence next to retaining wall. Tough call. As suggested, I'd start with the building/permit department for your area to see what the requirements are, then see if you can meet those requirements. If you've got a 4' frost line, then I'd say you'd need the bottom of your fence post to not only be 4' deep 【Get Price】

Fence behind retaining wall? - Houzz

Sep 8, 2016 I have recently purchased a home that has a retaining wall separating the front yard from the street. I am wanting to put a privacy fence up (the front yard is really laid out like a back yard and that's where most of the entertaining will happen). At first I had thought I could just build the fence immediately behind 【Get Price】

landscaping - Can I build a retaining wall along an existing fence

We had a raised garden built along our new fence joined on one side by a deck. It's raised by about 1/2 a meter. The way they did it was to use the fence as part of the retaining wall. However, they did add some reinforcing. In your case, the posts may be too wide apart and you may not like the idea of using 【Get Price】

Fences above retaining walls - Allan Block

Installed 3 feet (0.9 m) Behind the Block. Placing the fence or railing a minimum of 3 feet (0.9 m) or further behind the wall is the preferred lo- cation. This configuration applies minimal overturning forces to the back of the wall. The design can utilize the resistance from the soil mass between the wall and post footing to 【Get Price】