Helical anchor piers is a staple product in the foundation repair industry
to solve deep foundation issues.
In fact, they have been used since the early
1800's. They are a common structural underpinning device
used to repair and stabilize foundations. When
used with helical brackets, these screw anchors are best used on slab foundations, porches, and other light weight structures.
Today, helical piers are one of the two most common types of structural piering devices for residential
and commercial foundation applications in use today.
When driven deeply to stable soils
helical piers can be used to lift homes, stabilize foundations,
elevate walkways, and retain walls. If your home
has drywall cracks, then it needs to be
corrected by installing helical piers. They are also easy to install and require little
disturbance to the worksite. Helical piers are
easy to install, cause little or no vibration,
and you can immediately transfer the load as
soon as the installation is complete. They
install below active soils to insure complete
stability. One of the most attractive features
of helical piers is the fact that they cause
little or no disturbance to your yard and home.