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TIP OF THE DAY: WHEN NOT TO USE HELICAL PIERS, PART 2

By Dalinghaus Construction

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Today Brian explains another scenario where using helical piers may not be in your project’s best interest. This could happen when the soils are too soft. See Brian’s reasons why using helical piers in soft soils may not work best for your foundation repair project. Call Dalinghaus Construction today for all your foundation concerns. We have specialists on hand who are ready to help you with your home’s foundation repair. Proudly servicing Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and many other towns and cities all throughout the Southern California region.

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