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What happens when your retaining walls have failed? Do you have to completely replace that wall, which would mean a huge bill? Or is there a cheaper yet still effective way to fix it? Believe it or not, helical piers can help you fix a failed retaining walls by rotating it back into place. Rather than spending a hefty sum on a completely new wall, consider repairs which will fix your problem just as well! Contact us today to learn more about how we can save you money by using helical piers to rotate your retaining walls.


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.

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