Certified Erosion Specialist License # 68088

Retaining Walls Duluth


McCullough Landscape Walls has been designing and installing landscape and retaining walls in Duluth for over 20 years.

Cut Block Walls


Our cut block walls are made using natural stone from Georgia that are cut to size. This type of block blends well with any landscape.

Stone Walls

stone wall

Stacked stone walls are a great way you outline the border of your property. We use natural stone which helps them blend in to your natural landscape.

Concrete Block Walls


Concrete blocks are made from a pre-formed concrete that are very decorative and will last a lifetime.

For over twenty years McCullough Landscaping has been providing outstanding retaining wall and landscape wall design services for both residential and commercial customers in the Duluth GA. Specializing in block retaining walls our goal is to professionally install modular block or concrete walls That add function and value to your property. McCullough Landscaping has hands on approach that insures the most affordable prices in the industry for retaining walls and landscape walls. Failing wood cross-tie walls can be replaced with an attractive modular block for a much lower cost than you might expect. McCullough Landscape also erosion control management solutions including grading and drainage. McCullough Landscaping also designs brick, cobblestone and concrete pavers to enhance patio’s and driveways. We also design and construct fireplaces and firepits for outdoor entertaining. McCullough Landscaping is well known and respected for their quality, prefessionalism and excellent customer service. Owner, Clent McCullough is a certified erosion control specialist and experienced contractor with a completely insured workcrew. All estimates are free and no job is too big or too small for the detailed attention of McCullough Landscaping provides to every customer.

McCullough Landscaping provides landscape walls and retaining wall design and installation in Alpharetta, Buford, Cumming, Dawsonville, Gainesville, Johns Creek, Suwanee and Sawnee Mountain.