Helical piers depend on helical plates attached to a shaft. These plates pull the pier into the soil, anchoring it deeply so the weight of your foundation is transferred to the pier. Helical piers are very versatile options and can be installed year-round.
Our push piers feature a patent-pending external sleeve that strengthens the pier at the tension points below its bracket. This makes it the best solution for unknown soil conditions, as it reaches greater depth than any other pier system.
Slab piers are a variation of a push pier that’s specially designed to correct settled foundations or concrete slabs. It’s driven into load-bearing soil or bedrock underneath the slab to raise it back to its original position.
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If you have symptoms of foundation failure in your home, reach out to our repair experts to learn how we can help. Our certified installers provide free foundation inspections for residents in Montana and Wyoming. After we diagnose the cause of your symptoms, we can recommend the best possible solution to permanently restabilize your home.