Helical piers are another type of steel piering system. The first section that is advanced into the ground has one or more helix shaped blades welded to the shaft. Additionally extensions then used to extend the pier to the necessary depth.
Helical piers can be installed from the exterior or the interior of our home and provide an opportunity to lift you home back toward its original positions. They can also be used
First, soil is removed from the area where the helical pier will be installed, and then secretion are advanced into the soil. Once the proper depths and capacities are achieved, heavy-duty foundation brackets are positions below the footing. The weight of the home is then transferred through the helical pier to deep competent soils. Lifting the home back toward its original position is attempted, and the soil around the installation is replaced.
As with any family of products, there are good, better and best. And when you are talking about fixing your home, you may as well go with the best. When we say the best, we mean the strongest. DryZone uses Foundation Supportwork's Push and Helical Pier Systems. They feature patented external sleeve which strengthens the pier system directly below the bracket. the external sleeve strengthens this area and prevents the kinking, buckling, and rotating commonly seen with other push pier systems.
Helical piers can be an ideal solution because the contractor can install the piers to reach a stable soil layer that can support you home, regardless of the weight of the structure.
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