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Tip Of The Day: Sand Soil

Tip Of The Day: Sand Soil

Sand Soil Brian’s Tip Of The Day for October 9th was all about SAND. What Is Sand Soil? What does it mean that you have sand soil? Sand soil is composed of many irregular to rounded tiny grains. Sand, under a magnifying glass, looks like a what a bunch of gum balls would like in […]

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Tip Of The Day: What To Expect During A Foundation Inspection

Tip Of The Day: What To Expect During A Foundation Inspection

Foundation Inspection In September 27th’s Tip Of The Day, Justin goes into detail about what you can expect during one of our in-home foundation inspections.   The first key point to take away from this tip of the day would be the length of time a typical inspection may take.  This can take anywhere from […]

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Tip Of The Day: Horizontal Footing Cracks

Tip Of The Day: Horizontal Footing Cracks

Horizontal Footing Cracks In September 25th’s Tip Of The Day, Brian explained a little more about cracks in footing, specifically the horizontal cracks that become visible in the foundation footings.   Horizontal cracking in the foundation footing is not necessarily a sign that you have foundation settlement. However, if you do have horizontal cracks, which […]

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Tip Of The Day: Video Case Studies

Tip Of The Day: Video Case Studies

Video Case Studies September 19th’s blog was about the incorporating new media ideas for our followers, using video case studies along with the print case studies we currently use on our website. At Dalinghaus Construction, we like to keep things new and fresh and ever changing for our consumers. Our team has decided to try […]

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Tip Of The Day: Importance Of Reputable Reviews

Tip Of The Day: Importance Of Reputable Reviews

Reputable Reviews Today’s Tip Of The Day is about reputable reviews. Did you know that when you are researching a service, the reviews you see on the website of that particular service may not be 100% accurate?  Yes, that is the truth. Companies are able to manipulate their own website reviews. However, if you are […]

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Tip Of The Day: Always Our Employees

Tip Of The Day: Always Our Employees

Always Our Employees Today’s blog is about the our website and social media and the use of our employees to promote our company. Our Employees Our employees are important to us. They are the reason our company continues to grow and for that reason, why not use them to promote our services? We take pride […]

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Tip Of The Day: Sidewalk Relief Cracks

Tip Of The Day: Sidewalk Relief Cracks

Sidewalk relief cracks In the Tip Of The Day from September 17th, Brian tells us about the relief crack cut into concrete. Why Are Sidewalk Relief Cracks Used? Sidewalk relief cracks or control cuts are placed in concrete, normally every 5ft or so, to help prevent unwanted cracking of a slab.  Inevitably concrete will crack, […]

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Tip Of The Day: Vertical Footing Cracks

Tip Of The Day: Vertical Footing Cracks

Vertical Footing Cracks In Brian’s tip of the day from September 14th, he discusses vertical footing cracks. What Are Vertical Footing Cracks? Vertically footing cracks go straight up and down or slightly diagonally within 30° of vertical. These vertical cracks are fairly common in most homes and occur because of the added compression the structure has […]

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Tip Of The Day: Shrinkage Cracks

Tip Of The Day: Shrinkage Cracks

Shrinkage Cracks In our blog from September 13th, Brian talks a bit more about shrinkage cracks. Shrinkage cracks occur when the concrete is cured incorrectly or too quickly. For example, if the surface of the concrete dries much more quickly than the inner layer of the slab, shrinkage cracks will occur. These cracks are probably […]

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Tip Of The Day: Offset Cracking

Tip Of The Day: Offset Cracking

Offset Cracking In our September 12th Tip Of The Day, Brian explains that offset cracking is the most typical type of cracking seen in our industry. What Is Offset Cracking? Offset cracks are typically a sign of settlement seen mostly in our industry. This type of cracking can cause those unsightly uneven walkways and contribute […]

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