Although every aspect of a new construction project is important, the way you build the foundation tops the list. A solid base will prevent the structure from shifting when met with high winds or additional impacts. That’s why the team at The Dwyer Company in West Chester, OH, recommends using their patented Helical Piles Foundation System® for construction.
Below, they share four reasons to use the materials:
- Reduces Damage From Natural Disasters: From treacherous downpours to blustering tornadoes and ground-altering earthquakes, there are several ways your foundation can get damaged. Helical piles have high wind load capacity, reinforcing your property against the damage these disasters leave in their wake.
- Improves Structure Safety: Even if your property gets through a storm seemingly unscathed, there could be serious damage to the foundation and other hidden components. If left unattended, the damage could get worse, causing the structure to collapse. Helical piles can withstand extreme weight without bending or breaking, ensuring the structure remains safe.
- Application Possibilities: Whether you need soil stabilization, retention wall tiebacks, durable foundations, or utility anchors, helical piles can be used for a wide range of applications. This gives you the option to add more structures to your project if necessary.
- Low Costs: From paying for materials to hiring contractors, the costs of construction quickly add up. Using helical piles is an easy way to cut back on your expenses. The materials are not only easy to install, but they are also hot-dipped in solutions to protect them from corrosion. This will help reduce the likelihood of damage and the need for repairs.
If you are working on a construction project, the professionals at The Dwyer Company will do everything they can to ensure the result is durable. To learn more about their concrete lifting, foundation repair, and helical pile construction solutions available in West Chester, as well as their Kentucky locations in Bryan Station, Auburndale, and Tylersville, call (513) 777-0998, or visit the company online.