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Storm Cellar

By: smiley_1

Created: Apr 4, 2012

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This is an old storm cellar that we are starting to renovate. The person who built it put a plywood ceiling down as the roof and covered it with dirt. It later decayed and collapsed. We are looking for some inexpensive retaining wall idea's. Our plans were to use sod only; however the excavating process has left the dirt banks with too much of a slope, especially the left wall. Any idea's please let me know. Thx

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