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How Steel Piering Helps With Foundation Repair October 5, 2017

Auburndale, Pond Creek
How Steel Piering Helps With Foundation Repair, Pond Creek, Kentucky

Whether at your home or workplace, unstable foundations are concerning. An unreliable foundation might sink or shift and affect the integrity of your property’s structure. Fortunately, a process called steel piering is designed to provide a foundation repair solution that truly works. The underpinning experts at The Dwyer Company, with locations in Auburndale, Bryan Station, and Tylersville, OH, have some valuable insight into this innovative project.

foundation repairThe piering system is designed to create a stable solution, essentially raising the existing foundation to an appropriate position. By settling it at a straight level, foundation repair experts can prevent further vertical settling from occurring—this is precisely what causes the problem in the first place.

During the process, minimal excavation is performed and a steel bracket is installed against the foundation. Your foundation repair team will then push a galvanized steel rod, also known as a helical pile, into the bracket until it reaches the bedrock below. Then the rod is firmly secured and adjusted to the appropriate position. After it’s locked into place, the property can then be placed onto the brackets at an even level.

Helical piles are user-friendly for a number of reasons. There’s no need to wait for a concrete grout mixture to essentially move the foundation back into place, which is a process known as slabjacking. Helical piles require no wait time—once installed, they will instantly give your property the support it needs.

How do you know if this is the right solution for your property? A foundation repair expert can quickly determine the problem and suggest the appropriate service for your needs. This is why it’s important to contact a concrete repair professional at the first sign of trouble. If you notice that your property appears to “sink” outside, or that your chimney doesn’t appear event, it’s a good idea to get a specialist’s opinion.

Visit The Dwyer Company online to learn more about their underpinning services and to find out how they can help resolve your foundation repair concerns. To speak with someone directly from the team, give them a call at (513) 777-0998. For social media updates, follow them on Twitter and like the Facebook page

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