Retaining Wall Case StudiesView all types of landscaping
With New Zealand’s naturally hilly topography, retaining walls are an inevitable part of our landscape. Although there are often very practical reasons for installing a retaining wall, there are many different styles and designs that can be employed so that your wall can integrate into your landscape or alternatively, be a feature.
A complete backyard makeover in Kaukapakapa
A generous size swimming pool, pergola, fencing, gates, a louvre system, decking, landscaping, garden, boundary hedging for privacy, a retaining wall and a custom build teppanyaki table with a barbecue is what it takes to get that complete look.
Modern resort style landscape design
A tropical oasis that has a resort feel to enhance their beautiful home.
Retaining, Fencing and Garden at Mahurangi
Clients permanently moved from Auckland to their beach house in Mahurangi. Their large house renovation required us to build a new retaining wall, fencing, and garden in just 6 weeks.
A kid-friendly garden makeover
The clients wanted Zones to replace their existing damaged retaining wall while also creating a barrier to prevent their grandkids from falling over the edge of the raised area. Enabling the space to be used as a family area and making it visually appealing was an interesting challenge!
Low on maintenance, high on style
Andrew and Julia Ward wanted their Pukekohe home outdoor area to be low-maintenance, stylish, functional, and perfect for entertaining. Zones specialist Debbie Gill designed a space that is every homeowner’s dream.
Classical garden design on 'The Get Growing Roadshow'
Justin Newcombe joins the conversation with Zones landscaping specialist and designer Debbie Gill about this classic garden design. Pointing out the classical features they discuss how this style is integrated into a typical kiwi landscape.
Multi-leveled garden transformation
Zones specialists Matt and Boyd Gillespie took on this landscaping challenge and transformed a steep unusable backyard into a beautiful, multi-leveled and adaptable garden.
Stage 2: Council approval process for a low maintenance landscape design in Wellington
The last time we visited the couple in Wellington, they were designing and planning their low-maintenance garden of their dreams. Now we look at the approval process of achieving council consent for the go ahead.