How thick should a retaining wall be?
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The thickness of a retaining wall depends on several factors, including the height and weight of the wall, the soil type and composition, and the amount of moisture present.
Generally, a retaining wall should be at least 8 inches thick for a gravity wall, and 12 inches or more for reinforced walls.