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We do Gabions Walls

We do Gabions Walls

FAQs on Gabion

Gabions are wire mesh baskets filled with rocks or other materials. They are commonly used in civil engineering and landscaping for erosion control, retaining walls, riverbank stabilization, and landscaping features.

Gabions offer several advantages, including flexibility, permeability, and environmental friendliness. They provide effective erosion control, allow for natural water drainage, and can be filled with locally sourced materials, reducing transportation costs.

The lifespan of gabions depends on factors such as the quality of materials, environmental conditions, and maintenance. Generally, well-constructed gabions can last for several decades, with minimal maintenance required.

Yes, gabions are often used in marine environments and areas prone to high water exposure. They are resistant to corrosion and erosion, making them suitable for shoreline protection, coastal defense, and riverbank stabilization projects.

Gabions are typically installed by stacking the wire mesh baskets on top of each other and securing them with wire or fasteners. The baskets are filled with stones or other appropriate materials, and additional layers are added as needed to achieve the desired height and stability.

Yes, gabions are considered environmentally friendly because they allow for natural drainage and can be filled with locally sourced materials, reducing the need for long-distance transportation. Additionally, gabion structures provide habitat for plant and animal life, promoting biodiversity.

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