Foundation Repair

Phoenix Concrete Services

Long-Lasting Solutions For Foundation Issues

The soils in the greater Phoenix area are some of the poorest in the country, heavily compacted and alkaline, full of clays, salts, and rocks. As experts in Phoenix foundation repair, we understand that the geology and semi-arid climates of the arid Southwest provide near ideal conditions for the formation of expansive and collapsing soils. And, unfortunately, problem soils are found throughout Arizona, from Yuma in the southwest to the northeast corner of the Colorado Plateau.

Have you ever tried to dig a hole near your home? If so, you’re probably familiar with the concrete-like pan layer of Caliche that can be found throughout Central Arizona.

Big Results Without The Big Mess

Our Phoenix foundation repair team at Dalinghaus Construction has developed long-lasting solutions for all of these issues. Our goal, as a team, is to provide an unmatched customer experience, while permanently solving geotechnical and structural issues created by incompetent soils.

Messy and invasive foundation repair projects are a thing of the past! No longer do homeowners need to be disrupted or have their home’s turned to disarray to repair a structure’s most important element, it’s foundation. Our Phoenix foundation repair services are able to provide big results without creating a big mess!

A Home's Foundation Settled 6 Inches and We Lifted It!

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Signs and Symptoms

We complete hundreds of home foundation inspections in Phoenix each year, and we’re quite familiar with the signs and symptoms associated with a compromised foundation. These are some of the most common signs that we see throughout Central Arizona.

Uneven & Sloping Floors

Does it feel like you're walking up or downhill in your home? Uneven floors can be a sign of foundation settlement. However, it may also be that the slab floor alone has settled. There are times when your slab floor may sink independently of the foundation walls, damaging the floors but not necessarily the walls.

Drywall Cracks

Cracks in drywall throughout the house are one of the most common signs that a foundation is settling. Typical drywall cracks will appear around door frames and windows frames, on the ceiling, and in corners where walls meet. Recurring cracks and multiple patches are usually a good indicator that there's movement. Drywall cracks can also be a sign of settling crawl space supports and sinking floors or heaving floors.

Hard to Open/Close Doors & Windows

Sticking or hard to open and close doors and windows can be a sign that the frame has become out of square.

Leaning Fireplace or Chimney

A leaning or tilted chimney is typically a more noticeable foundation issue. It can also be a very dangerous problem when a chimney tilts or leans... The last thing someone wants is for a chimney to fall on their home, or worse, fall on their neighbor's property.

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FREE Foundation Repair Guide

Download our free foundation repair guide for Southern California & Central Arizona homeowners.

This checklist will help you spot any common foundation problems around your home and how you can fix them.

Contact us for a free home foundation inspection in Phoenix today!

FAQs

Why should I choose your company for my construction needs?

We’re highly skilled and experienced. Our staff, and more importantly, our installation crew, has many years of experience in all of our specialties. We completed 350+ foundation repair related projects for customers in 2019 alone.

We also utilize the most technologically advanced Customer Service Program in the industry.

You can trust us to get the job done completely and correctly. When we start your project, we stay on it until your project is completed, and completed to your full satisfaction.

Who handles the permitting and engineering process for my project?

Dalinghaus Construction has dedicated staff that specializes in the permitting and engineering process and procedures, from the start of a project until the project is finalized.

Do you offer financing?

Yes, we offer financing with loan amounts of up to $100,000 and industry competitive rates.

The process is easy! The financing qualification is a soft credit check and will not impact your credit score. Additionally, you can get mobile friendly qualifications in less than 60 seconds!

Is your warranty transferable?

Yes, we offer a 25 year transferable warranty, not only on the material, but on the labor involved to conduct the repairs as well.

Do you provide updates to my project and billing?

Most definitely! We utilize a customer-specific website that allows clients to have their very own customer login. They’ll be able to follow their project’s schedule, progress, updates, billing info, daily logs, pictures, documents, and warranty information.

How do you find the right solution for homes with foundation related problems/issues?

We utilize a series of professional steps and procedures. These include drawing out the floor plan of your home, analyzing the physical condition of your home and taking precise floor measurements within 1/10th of an inch.

Do you have engineers on staff?

Dalinghaus Construction prefers to utilize independent engineering firms for your project. Doing so allows for an unbiased review of the repair recommendations, ensuring that the proper and correct fix is determined for your home.

What are your geotechnical foundation solutions?

Dalinghaus specializes in geotechnical foundation solutions for commercial, municipal and industrial applications, among others.

Where can I find more information and customer reviews about Dalinghaus?

Check us out on social media: Facebook, Yelp, Google Reviews, Instagram, Youtube, Twitter and LinkedIn. We are very active and get a lot of customer feedback! There you can also find tips of the day and educational videos featuring all of our own team members.

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