Retaining Wall Contractor Groveland MA | Corliss Landscaping

Advantages of Hiring Retaining Wall Contractors in Groveland MA

Retaining walls are essential parts of landscapes for many homeowners. They hold back the earth or water on unnatural slopes and create beautiful elevations that add to a more customized look. Most walls are built out of concrete, rocks, boulders, or even wood and are strategically placed for optimized performance. If you are going to add these to your sloped landscape, then the first thing you should do is speak with a professional retaining wall contractor in Groveland MA to help you.

Why is Hiring Groveland MA Retaining Wall Contractors the Best Bet?

  • For a Money Saving Approach: When you hire an experienced Massachusetts retaining wall contractor, the contractor at first looks at your yard and tell you the material that’s the best choice for the type of soil and conditions the wall will be facing. This alone can save you quite a bit of money, especially when you consider how expensive it can be to replace the walls every few years.
  • Building a customized wall: Not every home has the same slope or even same soil, which is why customization is so important for the retaining walls. A trusted retaining wall contractor in Groveland Massachusetts will work closely with you and follow your budget to make sure you are given the most customized service possible.

Professionally build retaining walls tend to last much longer than those created by amateurs which mean once they are installed, you won’t have to think about them again. So, are you looking for a trusted yet experienced Massachusetts retaining wall contractor? Get in touch with Corliss Landscape & Irrigation.

Dear Corliss Customers,

Over the past two weeks Corliss made the decision to suspend all construction activities to follow Governor Baker's  “Stay at Home."  Since that time, we have carefully reviewed the details of the order and have had several discussions as a management team and with our employees. With that being said, we have determined that our field operations are EXEMPT from the Governor’s order.  Therefore, we have made the decision to return to work.

  We have spent a considerable amount of time contemplating the most appropriate decision with regards to resuming operations.  We do not take this decision lightly as we have the utmost respect for our employees, customers, and the general public’s well being.  Through careful consideration we have determined that with proper preparations, policies and the endorsement of the government, we can effectively carry out our work.  We are not requiring employees to return to work.  If any of our employees do not feel comfortable working under the current circumstances, we respect their decision and their future work with us will not be in jeopardy.

As for our office, the office will remain closed to the public until the “Stay at Home” order has been lifted. During this time, we will continue to use our technological resources to work remotely.  Our remote office hours will be from 9 am to 5 pm.  If you have any questions please feel free to reach out via email at or via phone at (978) 356-4224.  Please note that phone calls may experience a backlog, so please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.

We also understand that you, our valued customers, may not feel comfortable with us being on your property at this time.  We understand and respect that feeling and will do whatever it takes to work out an appropriate time for us to resume working at your property once you feel it is safe to do so.  For those of you who are comfortable with us completing work on your property at this time, rest assured that we will be following the protocols.  One employee per vehicle, cleansing products in all vehicles, gloves and masks when needed, as well as the 6 foot social distance spacing.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.  We can be reached at (978)356-4224 or at 

            We have included the link to the Massachusetts website where we found the supporting documentation to help in our determination.  Specifically, in two places one under “Public Works” and two under “General Questions – Essential Services Related” sixth bullet point.

  Thank you for your continued support during these times!