We recommend foundation push piers to stabilize foundations that are settling or sinking and showing symptoms such as cracked walls, tilting chimneys and doors and windows that are getting jammed or stuck when trying to open or close them.
What Are Push Piers?
Push Piers connect the house to stable, load-bearing soil or rock. … A steel bracket connects each of the piers to the foundation to prevent foundation settlement. Brackets are usually used along with hydraulic jacks to lift the structure back the position that it started in originally.
We push the piers deep under your home in sections until they reach a point where they are supported strongly by the soil beneath them. The steel brackets connect the piers to the foundation which works really well to transfer the weight of the structure above to the stronger soil underneath.
Advantages Of Our System
Can be installed inside or outside the foundation
Push piers reach greater depth than any other option available
Installation does not require the use of heavy equipment
Can lift the foundation back to the original position
Repair not visible after installation is complete
Designed with corrosion-resistant galvanized steel
A rugged foundation bracket design
An innovative steel sleeve design to avoid warping
Our team of in-house foundation contractors can get your home back on solid ground! Call us for a free on-site inspection today! We serve Glendale, Scottsdale, Mesa, Phoenix, and many nearby areas in Arizona.
Installing Our Foundation Push Pier System
The Supportworks’ Push Pier System permanently stabilizes foundations that are damaged by settlement. We provide free on-site inspections for all foundation repairs. We can customize a system that is ideal for your foundation and soil conditions.