New Construction Piers
Foundation failure can be avoided when building a new house with new construction helical piers. Anytime the soil is excavated for a foundation to be poured, it is over-dug to allow room for the workers and equipment. Disturbing the soil can allow water to penetrate and change its ability to support weight. Many times it is simply the soil isn't compacted well enough or doesn't have the support or blow count to hold the structure that is being constructed on it
New construction piers should be considered when constructing additions and add-ons to existing structures. Installing piers prior to building can ensure the foundation won't fail in the future.
New construction piers allow you to build on soils and areas where it normally would not be feasible. This can save on property costs and allow for expansion in areas where normally it wouldn't be possible.
Contact us before your next new home or commercial property construction project begins.