Foundation Repair using Push Piers

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Foundation Repair using Helical Piers

Helical piers are basically large, steel galvanized screws. Installation involves mechanically "screwing" them into the earth, beneath your foundation, until competent, load-bearing strata or bedrock is reached. https://foundationtechnology.com/services/helical-piers-anchors/ The helical pier is then mounted with a steel bracket to your foundation footing to achieve permanent stability, even in the most unstable soil conditions. Helical piers are the only permanent foundation repair solution. This is because they are able to bypass the problem soils that caused foundations to fail in the first place. If you rebuild your foundation on the same soil, the problem will eventually return. Schedule a 100% Free Inspection ... https://foundationtechnology.com/schedule-a-free-inspection/

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As one of the only permanent foundation repair solutions, steel push piers are a super fast method for any type of foundation settlement issue.

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The push pier system is also the most cost-effective, Eco-friendly method of foundation repair.

At Foundation Technology we offer free foundation inspections and 25 year warranties on all push pier installations.

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