How to build gabion walls?
First, level the ground the best you can around the area that you plan to put a retaining wall. A garden hoe or rake works great for leveling out an area just large enough for the blocks.
Next, lay the block on the ground. Level the block in both directions. Length wise and width wise. Take in consideration where the wall will go when you level the first block. The first block will decide where the rest of the wall will sit. You may have to add some dirt or take away some to get the look that you want.
Once you have the first row down, start on the second. Make sure you space the second row even with the joints of the bottom row to get a nice even look. The most important thing is to always keep each block level. The top layer will look so much better if the rows below are level.
Finally, add a cap stone to your wall if you'd like. They are usually a little less expensive than the blocks and really make the wall look professional.
Galfan gabion mesh is particularly suitable in strongly corrosive soil and water, normally it could provide corrosion protection that are up to 3 times higher than other gabions, therefore it is an ideal choice when corrosion control is a predominant factor to consider.
3mm galfan gabion mesh refers to the gabions that are made of 3mm steel wire that has been dipped into 5% or 10% Zn-Al alloy solution whose corrosion resistance is three times greater than that of normal zinc coating.
Heavy hexagonal mesh is made from low carbon steel wire or stainless steel wire with big diameter through twisting and braiding by machine. 60X80 heavy hexagonal mesh is one of our most popular product.