When choosing the best foundation for an addition on your home, a deck, or a sunroom, there are a few options that reach building codes in every area.
Many homes are built in areas where there is a flood zone. There is always a chance of a flood which would result in foundational shifting.
Many times people are trying to learn more about the helical system due to poor soil conditions, or an existing foundation that is failing.
When designing a project, it is often wondered if helical piles are the best application for the foundation of the project.
Every single day, if a homeowner has issues opening windows, doors, must look at cracks in their walls or ceilings, they will begin to find themselves looking for a solution to these persisting issues.
Often foundation settling and movement can occur, this is caused by several different things.
When repairing retaining walls, it is hard to find the right tools for the job. You spend time looking for products that will help to retain the repairs as you expect this job to be expensive.
The PierTech system is used for deep foundations. They provide support, strength, and stability to the structure or future structures.
Helical piles are a strong and permanent foundation option for all job sizes, and even tricky job sites.
Rick had been a helical pile installer and general contractor for almost a decade. His specialty was building small-to-medium size homes, and he was known for his efficiency and attention to detail.
Many older homes are considered beautiful because of their character.
The 702-mile-long Kuskokwim River in Southwest Alaska is the longest free-flowing river in the United States.