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Geogrid Soil Reinforcement Mesh



Geogrid Soil Reinforcement Mesh is the ideal support solution for retaining wall construction and stabilizing hillside embankments.
This geogrid is made of woven multifilament polyester grid mesh, each fiber is reinforced with coated PVC plastic.  This mesh is designed to trap gravel and aggregate soil to limit the lateral shifting of infill. By limiting this type of movement, the mesh stabilizes the entire area below the mesh reinforcing the soil.

Uniaxial and Biaxial geogrids are both commonly used for many civil structural projects such as retaining walls, and hillside stabilization projects.

3 Series – For wall applications up to 10 ft in height

5 Series – For wall applications over 10 ft in height

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- Various Geogrid series and size options available

Applications Include:

- Retaining walls
- Steep slopes
- Sub-grade stabilization
- Soft soils under embankments
- Waste containment/landfills

Geogrid Placement Diagram
Geogrid Placement Direction


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Discover Different Ways To Reinforce Soil

Using good soil reinforcement will cut back on erosion caused by wind and water. Wind and water will stir up the soil causing a loss of growth among plants and will affect the topsoil. In many cases, pollution will increase caused by water. Places that are highly susceptible to erosion include slopes and windy unprotected bare ground. The reinforcement procedure you choose will depend on the landscape and the erosion you need to correct.

Mulch in Garden

Gardener with Mulch

How Ground Cover Helps Out

If you cover the soil with mulch or plant ground cover, you will improve the soil and prevent displacement. Also, the leaves of thick or compressed plant ground cover will keep the soil in place during rain. Choosing the right plants for controlling erosion include Taiwan Raspberry and Serbian Bellflower. There are other plants you should stay clear of such as Periwinkle and English Ivy.

When applying mulch, you have to spread a good layer of straw, gravel, or wood chips material making sure the soil is totally covered. The material will keep moisture in, preventing soil conditions that can escalate the odds of soil getting blown away.


Plants are a great alternative to plant ground cover. Just make sure you cover the entire area with separate plants then add other plants like flowers, shrubs, and trees for a nicer look. One good thought, larger plants have deeper root systems that can help reinforce the soil. The foliage on larger plants, like trees, will stretch over the soil diffusing rain so soil will not wash away.


Terracing is a geographical term that is made of a sloping surface that is usually bounded on one side by a steeper slope.

A steep slope can increase soil erosion as water rushes down the hill. For long, steep slopes, terracing is a way to keep the soil in its place. Terraces will slow down water preventing water from rushing downhill, taking the soil with it.

Installing a series of short retaining walls heading down the slope is an easy way to create terraces. Ground cover planted on the terraced ground will offer increased stability for the soil.


Geotextile is a fabric made from synthetic fibers woven together to create a porous material. The fabric is laid over the soil sitting firmly in place against the soil for reinforcement to prevent erosion.

This approach is used in construction to make sure the soil stays in place until permanent structures are built and ground cover has become established.

In some cases, the fabric is spread over the soil on a temporary basis after planting seeds to protect them from washing away until the seeds start growing.

Flowers with Landscape Fabric Underneath

Plants used as Ground Cover


Geogrid products are typically composed of high strength polyester yarns (or similar material) and resemble a heavy duty mesh. These products help to keep aggregate in place in areas such as beneath roads or behind retaining walls. They are often used in conjunction with geotextiles for providing a reliable reinforcement solution.