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A porch was built on top of this concrete slab, which caused visible settlement issues. Our crew dug soil around this porch to expose the footing for the piers to be installed.
Our crew began installation during a couple of rainy days we were having. They worked in a safe and timely manner to get the job done on time. As you can see, the crew installed our steel bracket below the footing.
Interlocking steel piers were hydraulically driven through the bracket into stable soils, transferring the weight of the home through the piers to the soil.
Here, you can see that our production crew finished installing 2 out of the 5 piers that were bid for this project. Each installation requires driving piers into soils at an exact angle for proper stabilization and lift.
Our service advisor bid 5 push piers for this job based on factors specific to this lightweight foundation. Our crew made sure the positioning was exact before placing the heavy-duty steel bracket beneath the footing.
Our foreman, Jason Wade, exposed the footing and prepared for the bracket. Jason made sure the area below the footing was clean of all soil, so the bracket would be installed flush against the concrete.
This Uniontown homeowner has a concrete porch that had settled a few inches, a serious structural issue. This formed large cracks in the basement wall due to the porch pulling away from the foundation. Our crew installed 5 of our Foundation Push Piers beside the sunken concrete porch in attempt to raise it back to its original position. These steel piers were driven deep into stable soils. Our crew was able to both stabilize and lift this concrete porch!