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Why is my foundation settling?
Foundation settlement typically occurs when soil compresses (settles) for a variety of reasons, including changes in moisture, type of soils around the home, and how soil is replaced after construction.
How can Baker’s Waterproofing help?
We have the proven stabilization solution to give you peace of mind knowing that your foundation has permanently regained its structural integrity.
What is a Push Pier?
The patented Push Pier system, exclusively from Supportworks, utilizes high-strength, round steel tubes and a load transfer bracket to stabilize a settling foundation.
This system reaches greater depths than other options, providing you with the best opportunity to lift your home back to its original position. Plus, this below-grade solution is concealed from sight after job completion.
How do Push Piers work?
Galvanized steel tube sections are hydraulically driven through steel foundation brackets to reach the depths of competent load-bearing strata. The piers are locked into place, and the weight of a house is transferred from the original, unstable soils, through the piers, to competent soil or bedrock.
Does your foundation need our Push Pier system?
Push Piers may be a viable option if:
We have 2 types of foundation piers, both engineered with fast, effective installation and minimal disturbance in mind. Contact our team if you are interested in scheduling a free inspection for your foundation problem.