In today’s economy, more people are determined to go green while saving green. However, retaining walls can quickly become a hefty expense, especially if you decide to go with new materials.

The exception to this rule, of course, is retaining walls built with broken recycled concrete. Otherwise known as “urbanite,” recycled concrete costs clients absolutely nothing to re-use. To get your hands on recycled broken concrete, simply head to your local landfill and take your pick of the leftover concrete.

If you’d rather have someone else do it for you, contact a landscape design contractor who specializes in building and designing retaining walls. These professionals often have plenty of contacts that will be more than happy to provide high-quality recycled concrete for your retaining wall project. Hiring a landscape design professional will also help your retaining wall look and feel as if it was built with entirely new materials.

Add to the fact that you won’t have to pay for the cost of materials or for the cost of disposing excess concrete, and you’ll experience significant savings while enjoying the craftsmanship of a professional landscaper.

Regardless of which option you choose, you and your wallet will be delighted at the savings you’ll experience when you opt for recycled broken concrete.