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Helical Piers & Anchors

HELICAL PIERS & ANCHORS

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If a property you own requires foundation support, you should use helical piers & anchors. These will support the foundations of your building so that it remains stable. Helical anchors look like screws. You’ll seem them used to support porches, stairs, and chimneys.

Advantages of Using A Helical Piering System In Your Structure

You can use helical piers & anchors for many reasons, and here are a few of the benefits:

 

  • Your foundations will be stable
  • Installing them is easy
  • You won’t notice any vibrations
  • You’ll observe that helical piers use high-quality materials
  • If you need them altered later, it’s easy

Where Can You See Helical Piers In Use?

Humans have been using helical piers for over 150 years. They have increased in popularity since the hydraulic motor was released in the 1960s. Many companies find helical piers useful for piping and plumbing projects.

If you’ve thought about where you would install helical piers, then here are some answers. You’ll see helical piers frequently because they’re useful. You can see helical piers in use as:

  • As tiebacks
  • When building new homes
  • To repair damaged foundations
  • As guy anchors
  • For slap repair

You should know that helical piers have been in use for over a century, which is because of these uses. The hydraulic motor helped popularise them. You will see that plenty of companies use them for plumbing projects.

 

OUR PROCESS

The ECP helical pier system contains a fabricated solid steel shaft, with helical plates welded to the sides. You’ll see that their length is 10-120 inches and the shaft is 6-16 inches in diameter.

You can ask to extend the helical plates if they’re not long enough. You’ve also got the option of adding foundation brackets to the beam or footing.

Get in touch with Seattle Foundation Repairs today and we will connect you with a licensed contractor in your area. Our contractors have experience working with a wide range of projects. If it has a foundation, they can fix it.

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      Where are Helical Piers Used?

      You might be wondering where helical piers are actually used? Also known as “ground anchors”, helical piers are most typically found on:

      ⦁ Tiebacks
      ⦁ New Construction
      ⦁ Foundation repair
      ⦁ Guy Anchors
      ⦁ Slap repair

      Humans have been using helical piers for over 150 years. They have increased in popularity since the hydraulic motor was released in the 1960s. Many companies find helical piers useful for piping and plumbing projects.

      OUR PROCESS

      The ECP helical piering system contains a fabricated solid steel shaft. There are helical plates (6-16 inches in diameter) that are welded to the sides of the shaft. The shafts come in a length of 10-120 inches depending on the project.

      Helical plates can also be extended if they aren’t long enough to fit the needs of the project. There might be a pier cap at the end of the pier. There’s also the option to add foundation brackets to the end of the beam or footing.

      Get in touch with Seattle Foundation Repairs today and we will connect you with a licensed contractor in your area. Our contractors have experience working with a wide range of projects. If it has a foundation, they can fix it.

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