I have a 2.5 ft tall retaining wall made with 2x6 planks held up by 4x4 wooden posts. Part of the retaining wall is now blowing out after the Texas winter power outage. I believe that my pool behind the retaining wall has a cracked pipe somewhere.
While I wait for insurance and contractors, I need a way to temporarily hold the retaining wall up. I think some 2x4s braced against the ground would be fine enough, but Im not entirely sure how to make sure that the 2x4s themselves dont push out from the wall.
Does anyone have an image or drawing of how a temporary brace would look like?
I have searched online, but I have only found braces that you can buy for concrete walls in larger construction projects.
Any help would be appreciated.