Corten was developed for practical reasons: to eliminate the need to paint or coat steel. For a landscape designer Corten's primary appeal is aesthetic. The patina the steel acquires is attractive in a way that works so well with stone, wood, and plants.
A Corten steel retaining wall panels is a valuable garden design feature, as well as a practical structure. In steep areas, a corten steel retaining wall panels bears the load of the soil to keep it in place.
The foundations of properties built on sliding hills are also protected by retaining walls. In a sliding hill, soil can be washed away from a downhill foundation or compacted around an uphill foundation due to erosion.
A corten retaining wall can be erected over an artificial excavation to hold dirt behind it, while the other side is visible. You can elevate your landscape, garden design, modern yard system, backyard landscaping, and much more with a cor-ten retaining wall.