How do you keep the soil from pushing on the wall again after it is repaired?
To relieve pressure being applied to the wall, bowed or tilted walls first need the soil against it removed. The wall is now free to secure back into place.
After the bowed or tilted wall is repaired, a non-expansive, granular fill is used to backfill, typically a 3/4” clean stone. A geo-fabric is placed over the fill, and the top 2’ is filled with topsoil, and graded to drain away from the structure. This helps with drainage and relieves pressure from the wall.