It’s a difficult question to answer, however, since there are so many variables at play when it comes to understanding the cost of a seawall.
Variables that Affect Seawall Costs
Obviously length and height are big variables, as it speaks to the quantity of materials used. Less commonly considered are the type and strength of the materials, as what’s required varies greatly from project to project.
After all, holding back the 18th green from a calm lake requires a lower wall than containing ocean waves! A lakewall requires lower strength-rated materials, which typically have a lower price tag because they cost less to produce.
Other considerations that affect price include ease of access, soil conditions, environmental factors, timeline, and project complexity.
You Get What You Pay For
It’s important to consider true cost vs. up-front costs.
At Everlast, we only offer high-quality, corrosion-resistant products that stand the test of time. Is a wall that needs to be replaced in 10 years vs. 50 — or a lifetime — really “saving” money if it costs a little less now?
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For all these reasons and more, giving our customers a reliable quote means that we have to ask a few questions about the project. Anyone can just give us a ring to talk to one of our friendly experts, or use our free Get an Estimate page to submit a quote request.
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