Monthly Archives: September 2011

Homer City Hall and the inevitable – rocks…

What about rocks? That is a question that we get all the time. Rocks are a trick for any foundation and we learned first hand on this local Homer job that rocks can in fact be worked around with Techno … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to Techno Metal Post Alaska. We appreciate you taking a look at our site. If you are new to the site or new to helical foundations, I suggest you read our page that describes exactly what we do and … Continue reading

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A foundation for a remote small cabin

This job done late last week was the toughest job thrown our way to date. The work was done over 300 miles from our “headquarters” in Homer, the job site access was challenging (to say the least) and the area … Continue reading

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Another installation for an enlarged deck

We have had a busy week at Techno Metal Post Alaska and this post will highlight a quick job we did for a homeowner that is going to extend their existing deck out a bit further. We installed 6 P1 … Continue reading

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Setting our Techno Metal Posts under an existing deck

On an recent job where we set posts for an addition, the owner wanted 3 post set for a future deck that will come off the addition. We were able to take off the existing decking and install our post … Continue reading

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A small cabin addition

The job we wrapped up today was a foundation for a small cabin addition – 24′ x 16′. It also will have a small deck off of the addition as well that I will show in a separate post since … Continue reading

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Where our installation equipment can allow us to go!!!

Many of us live in beautiful and unspoiled settings and some of us have a short walk into our properties to get to our houses.  Adding a deck or addition also comes at the cost of some severe impact with … Continue reading

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