Whether your home needs concrete pressed piling, steel helical piers, steel piles, or a combination of a few, we’ve got you covered.
Foundation repair using steel vs. concrete piers: which is better?
Generally speaking, piers that utilize steel are less likely to shift than concrete piers. This is due to the depth that steel piers can reach, and the stability of the steel. However, the best type of pier will be determined by what soil is under your home.
How is foundation repair with piers done?
Our foundation repair method is minimally invasive, regardless of the type of pier used. If we need to get under your property, we excavate 3’ x 3’ squares outside the perimeter of your home.
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