Do you have a dock that is failing? Are you thinking about putting in a new dock? Winter is the perfect time to get that dock ready for the upcoming boating and fishing season. TMP AK’s helical piers make the … Continue reading →
We continue to receive many questions from people that have suffered foundation damage from the earthquake on 30 Nov. We have tried to answer many of the questions that we are receiving on our website (linked to below). Mainly we are hoping to answer the following questions: - Why did foundations settle in the earthquake? - How do helical piers work to fix these issues? - How does the helical pier repair process work? - How do helical piers work with earthquakes? - Can foundations be repaired in other ways? Hopefully, this information proves useful. Please like our page for further updates and on the repairs that we are starting. If anyone is wondering how they can repair their foundation please contact us via email at email@example.com
We are receiving many calls from people whose homes sustained foundation damage in the recent earthquake. We've written a comprehensive post on our website to assist you in understanding the process of having us repair foundation damage.
Jeff and Tim setting another 10' helical pier with the mighty R2D. This one is fitted with a single 18" wide helix for a new house foundation in the swamp in Homer...
When you have really bad soils, we just use a larger helix to support the loads. Our diverse stock of piers allows us to provide the most cost efficient helical pier to support your project. ... See MoreSee Less