AJB Landscaping & Fence

Wood & Metal Fences • Decks & Patios • Pavers & Retaining Walls • Olympia & Tacoma

AJB Landscaping & Fence | 1015 85th Ave SE, Suite #1, Tumwater, WA 98501, (360) 789-3707

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Lacey Retaining Wall and Privacy Fence

Retaining wall and privacy fence in Lacey, WAAJB Landscaping & Fence installed this 3 foot retaining wall with 6 foot fence to create privacy and cut down on noise and light pollution from the road behind this Lacey property.

Chain Link Fence Replaced with Retaining Wall, Fence for Privacy

This Lacey property really needed some privacy. The backyard had a chain link fence bordered by a ditch. (You can see the matching fence to the right in the photo above.) Each time neighbors drove the road behind the fence, it was noisy, dusty and distracting, especially a night when the cars had their headlights on.

We removed the old fence and built up the back of the property with a 3 foot retaining wall. The customer preferred the carmel-colored blocks instead of the color we typically use. We then built a 6 foot wood privacy fence above the retaining wall, leaving 3 feet in front for a planting bed. This 9-foot-high barrier will prevent anyone driving on the road from seeing into the yard, and also keep most of the lights and sound from vehiicles from entering the yard. Once plants and shrubs are added to the planting bed, this will further block noise from the road. We finished the project by installing new sod.

Our customer loved the result, so does her neighbor. In fact, she had us blend the road into the new barrier, and her neighbor has decided to have us rebuild the entire road by regrading and adding new gravel.


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