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As seen here, a few helical piers have been installed while others are in the process of installation.
Our Production Manager, Gary lines the pier up with machinery that will screw the pier deep enough into the soil reaching the "load-bearing soil" that will help support the structure.
Our foreman Tom gives the thumbs up that the piers are ready for proper install.
An up-close look at pier installs, this metal bracket will penetrate the soil until reaching hardened "load-bearing soil" that will transfer the foundations weight.
The helical piers have been set in the soil and will be driven deep into the soil with machinery acting as an agent of weight transfer for the structure that will be built.
Our foreman are installing the tops of the piers which will cast into the concrete foundation to act as a weight transfer preventing foundation settlement.
The piers are driven deep beneath the construction soil to defend against future foundation settlement.
Foreman Wayne lines up the helical pier for proper install.
The last helical pier is being driven into position for permanent foundation defense.
The Bakers team went to work on Dollar Bank located in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania by installing helical piers which will prevent a money pit of foundation repairs for this properties new construction.
Helical piers are installed in new construction projects where poor soil can affect a constructions foundation due to settlement. Knowing that this piece of property had virgin soil, the engineers called upon Bakers to install helical piers which help support the soil and structure from future foundation flubs.
Our team installed 137 helical piers after the footing were dug for the construction of Dollar Bank. Utilizing our crew and equipment; helical piers are mechanically installed into the ground until reaching load-bearing soil, which will support and stabilize the foundation.
Together, our install crew and helical piers will stabilize this foundation for years to come!