Push Pier Installation in Grand Island
For just about every foundation settlement issue, foundation piers are the preferred repair solution. Here at CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing, we have installed foundation piers for a variety of residential and commercial clients. Piers are made from sturdy steel and are intended to be permanent foundation repair solutions. Piers come in a couple of different configurations, including helical piers (like screws) and push piers (like nails). Our crew of Grand Island basement wall repair specialists can assess your property and tell you which type of pier is best for your property.
Push piers are steel tubes that are hydraulically driven through foundation brackets, deep into the soil. We determine the perfect depth of stable, load-bearing soil to give your structure ultimate stability. When push piers are used, the foundation is no longer affected by soil erosion. Push piers allow your home or other building to be supported, using both the strength of the piers and the weight of the structure as a counterweight. Push piers are not only great for basement wall repair in Grand Island homes, but they can also be a great choice for larger structures, commercial buildings, and any structure with a poured concrete footing and poured concrete foundation walls.
Piers are considered to be the gold standard in foundation restoration and for good reason. They are corrosion-resistant, bend-resistant, and require only minimal demolition to install. They don’t require maintenance, can be installed in tight spaces, and can be used to support just about any type of structure. Push piers can lift, level, and stabilize your building, permanently fixing settlement issues.
CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing is proud to be your trusted resource for push pier installation and basement wall repair in Grand Island, along with all other types of foundation solutions. If you’re experiencing foundation settlement and want to ensure that your home or business is protected for decades to come, foundation piers may be a great option. Reach out to us today and schedule your free inspection!