Weep holes are holes in retaining walls generally in the lower portions of the wall for the purpose of releasing hydrostatic pressure from behind the wall. Weep holes work by connecting directly to the drain system on the filled side of the wall and allow water to drain out and pass through the wall to prevent pressure build up. Retaining walls will often begin to fail if they weren't installed with weep holes, the weep holes are clogged, or not functioning properly.
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