Our underpinning push pier is ideal for many foundation repair applications, including those where the underlying soils are weak, unraveling or compressible. These strength-tested piers are specifically designed to be pushed through soil layers ultimately sitting directly on load-bearing strata.
Our patented grout injection push pier adds an additional component of compaction grouting to our strength-tested standard push pier. This system conveniently combines the advantages of both push piers and compaction grouting, allowing for both applications in one process, creating unparalleled support for the structure above.
Our drill-in pier is ideal for many applications where soil conditions aren't conducive for push piers. Drilling in the pier ensures that difficult soil layers like clay and rock are accounted for and that the pier successfully reaches load bearing strata. Sections of our drill-in pier are easily screwed together using our unique triple start thread pattern.
Helical piles are ideal in situations where push piers may not be indicated due to the depth of the load bearing strata. Helical plates are welded on to a strength testing center shaft which is then "screwed" into the substrate below. This process ensures that the soil integrity remains undisturbed and the structural load is adequately transferred from the foundation to pier and then on to the welded plates below.