Close this search box.


Table of Contents

Foundation Repair For Dummies

Don’t worry – you aren’t the only dummy. Most people are dummies when it comes to foundation repair. But that is why Dalinghaus Construction has put together “Foundation Repair for Dummies” with the buttons below. It is our goal to make foundation repair very easy to understand. We often get questions from people such as “What is a Push Pier?” or “How do I know if I need a Structural Engineer?” These are the types of questions we want to answer for you. If you really want to get well beyond the “dummy” category and move into more advanced learning for foundation repair we highly recommend our “Tip of the Day” series of videos. In these videos you will see Brian Dalinghaus and other team members really break down foundation repair. You can learn about commonly used foundation repair industry terms, the products that we use, how we install our foundation repair products and so much more. When we started the “Tip of the Day” series others in the indusrty questioned how we can do it daily. It’s because we understand there is so much to learn. We also know from talking to homeowners just how much YOU want to learn. Knowledge is definitely key to making the best decisions you can for your foundation.

Also, we want to answer your questions. So consider this an open invitation. Call us, setup an appointment for an inspection, message us through our website. We are here for you and no question is “dumb”. If you are asking it, it means you want to protect your home and your family. That’s what we want to do, too!



Justin Sexton

Justin joins the Dalinghaus Construction family with a significant background in logistics and project management. He joined the team in early 2017 as a foundation inspector, but quickly transitioned towards a marketing role. He now manages the marketing department and creates everything that you see from us digitally.

Related Posts

concrete shrinkage cracks
Are you noticing small hairline cracks in your sidewalks, driveways, or poured concrete foundation walls? If so, these are likely the result of concrete...
residential slope stabilization
Residential slope stabilization refers to reinforcing a slope to prevent soil erosion, landslides, rockfall, or other slope failures.
Concrete Chipping
Are you noticing that small chips or even large pieces of your concrete sidewalk, driveway, or patio are breaking off? If so, this is...
retaining wall
Retaining wall is a structure designed to prevent soil erosion, aid in landscaping, and create level spaces by holding soil in place.
Honeycomb in concrete
The term honeycomb is used in the field of concrete construction. It describes gaps or hollow spaces in concrete surfaces or structures.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *