This page contains links to additional general information not covered in the retaining wall restoration process, but assumed to be understood to the Do-It-Yourself "project manager". If there are elements of the instructional process that are not fully understood, the links and information on this page may help with the missing links in your experience. If there are still bits of information or communication lacking in the instuctions or contents of this page, please let us know and we'll try to fill in the gaps.
The structural integrity of the process depends upon the concrete-mixing technique used for both the poured field splices and the tension rod ground anchors. The construction process with which these structures must be built requires much more attention to detail than that required for setting fence posts. Please be sure to understand the importance of proper concrete mix, water ratio, and setting times. Here are a few links that may be helpful:
User-supplied help for particular process improvements:
Here are some hints and tricks used by some of our customers in their successful retaining wall restoration processes:
Follow Bernard Van Wormer on Google+!