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Tip of the Day: ICC Reports, who uses them?

Tip of the Day: ICC Reports, who uses them?

Let’s talk about who uses an ICC report! In the last video and blog that we shared we learned about the ICC (International Code Council) and how they evaluate products and manufacturers of all of our products. They create a report on these products regarding the evaluations. So who uses these reports? City officials and project […]

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Tip of the Day: What does ICC stand for?

Tip of the Day: What does ICC stand for?

In the past Dalinghaus Tips of the days, we have talked about ICC, ESR and LAR which are a bunch of abbreviations that don’t mean much to you most likely! So we are going to break some of these abbreviations down so you can understand what they mean in terms of the foundation repairs and […]

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Tip of the Day: Round Shaft Anchors

Tip of the Day: Round Shaft Anchors

In our last tip of the day, Brian talks about round shaft Helical Anchor. The round shaft has a wider diameter than most of the square shafts, we typically use the round shaft anchors for vertical loading and underpinning. The wider cross-section of the helical provides better structural capacity where large movement or buckling can […]

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Tip of the Day: Square Shaft Anchors

Tip of the Day: Square Shaft Anchors

Square Shaft Helical Anchors In our last blog, Tip Of The Day, Brian dives deeper into the benefits of a square shaft Helical Anchor. The square shaft is typically solid and capable of large axial compressive loads. The shaft carries the load down through to the end of the pile, this is made possible because […]

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Tip of the Day: Two Types of Helical Anchors

Tip of the Day: Two Types of Helical Anchors

Helical Anchors Lets talk about Helical anchors…in October 26th Tip Of The Day, Brian touches on helical anchors and the two types used inner industry. So in the next couple of days, either follow along here on our blog section or on our social media pages as Brian discusses the differences in the two types […]

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Tip Of The Day: Project Video

Tip Of The Day: Project Video

Helical Anchor Installation Do you follow us on social media? If not then you may have missed our raw video footage of the perspective of the drive head. Justin recently visited a job site where we are pre-drilling holes for helical anchor installation. Brian, Tony, and Anthony installed a few 8” diameter helical piers to […]

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Tip Of The Day: Fixing Cracks When Lifting A Home

Tip Of The Day: Fixing Cracks When Lifting A Home

Fixing Cracks When Lifting A Home Here is the Tip Of The Day from October 25th. Before and After Lifting A Home Brian discusses cracks in the home before and after lifts. Typically when you notice cracks appearing in your homes stucco or drywall, your first initial reaction is to fill those cracks, or mask […]

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Tip Of The Day: Pre Drilling

Tip Of The Day: Pre Drilling

Pre Drilling In our October 24th Tip Of The Day, we are on site with Brian. Pre-drilling for piles is not always a necessary thing. However, in the case of this project, in Pismo Beach, CA, it is. The Dalinghaus Construction team is out on the job site pre-drilling holes to break through 6-10ft of […]

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Tip Of The Day: Helical Wall Anchors

Tip Of The Day: Helical Wall Anchors

Helical Wall Anchors In the Tip Of The Day for October 23rd, Brian talks about helical anchors and retaining walls. Check out the tip of the day to see a scaled down model of how the helical anchor looks once it is installed. A helical pier or helical anchor is a steel pier that contains […]

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Earthquakes Can Cause Massive Foundation Damage

Earthquakes Can Cause Massive Foundation Damage

Protect your California Home from Earthquakes Studies have shown that California is very vulnerable to damage from earthquakes. In the case of a major earthquake, it is predicted that thousands of homes would take considerable damage. Enough damage from it would displace many families. This is because there are a large number of California homes […]

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