Helical piers can be used to fix problems with foundation settlement. They are essentially push piers that have a helical axis welded onto a steel pipe. These foundation piers are driven into the earth, and into stable, load-bearing strata. This gives them ample holding power, so you can rest assured knowing that they're not going to move or shift around in the earth. These foundation piers work really well in the soil in this area, and they can be installed year-round. The set up of these piers is quick, and they go to work immediately. Regardless of how severe the sinking foundation problem is, we guarantee that with the help of these piers, your home will be back to the level where it needs to be in a short amount of time.
About Our Helical Pier System
Our helical pier system can be used on both residential and commercial properties. As mentioned above, installation is quick, and you won't have to deal with a torn up yard since minimal excavation is required. Also, we will be sure to be mindful of your landscaping so that we don't destroy any flower beds or plants. We will also do our best to not have to install our foundation pier system under decks or patios. This foundation repair solution has proven time and time again to be effective at fixing even the worst settlement problems.
Foundation settlement is typically caused from poor soil conditions. When you have soil with gaps or voids, your home could actually sink into them over time. This is what makes it look like one or more sides are further into the earth than the others. Fortunately, our helical piers can now be installed to take care of the problem. This is much more affordable than total wall replacement.
Helical Pier Benefits
Our helical pier has many benefits, including the following:
- Proven method for structural support that is durable and long-lasting
- Quick installation
- Minimal digging is required
- Usually restores structure to original level in a short amount of time
- Can handle both heavy and light loads
- Keeps property value intact
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