About

Techno Metal Post Alaska is a helical pier installation company based in Homer and Anchorage, Alaska offering installations statewide.  We also have an installation machine based in Sitka, Alaska to preform work for our clients in South East Alaska.  Our team includes Certified Installers based out of Anchorage and Homer.  We currently have 5 installation machines working through out Alaska provide our customers with the best foundation solution at very affordable rates.

We install foundations for the following:

  • Decks – new and repairs
  • Cabins
  • Additions
  • Yurts
  • Sheds
  • Alternative Energy projects
  • New construction projects
  • Docks and Boardwalks
  • Underpinning and buildings over unstable soils

Basically, if you are contemplating any project that requires a solid foundation in Alaska – we will likely have a solution for you.

Techno Metal Post Alaska was founded in summer of 2011 by David Northup of Northup Construction. After working as a remodeling General Contractor for several years; we have expanded our offerings with TMP of Alaska. After many years of searching for a better foundation we came into contact with the International family of Techno Metal Posts installers and dealers. With almost 1 million posts installed world wide, we are confident that our engineered products will surpass your expectations and provide you with the best alternative engineered foundation available in Alaska for your project big or small. In fact; we guarantee it.

Techno Metal Post Alaska – 907.299.3334 – info@tmpalaska.com

12 Responses to About

  1. Paul Hueper says:

    Hello! We would like to get information on having metal posts driven for some decks and room addition. We were not able to get through on phone line, but are interested right away… this week or next would be great! Thanks

  2. Kasey says:

    Hello,
    I would like some information about posts for a 28 by 50 house.
    Thanks for contacting me.

    • Hi there – please do give us a call and we can discuss your project better after learning some of the specific details. We do plenty of house foundations and they are all a little different. If you do have house plans or even sketches drawn do email them to us and we will have a better idea of what we need to support. info@tmpalaska.con

      THX much and look forward in talking with you.

  3. Dominic says:

    I am wanting to build a deck and i want the footings to be secure and i liked your companies concept. I am obviously on a budget with the build and wanted to know how much does each pylon cost for installation.

    • HI there thanks for contacting us. Depending on your location (Kenai, Anchorage, MatSu) our smallest piles would work for an attached deck. They start at $300 each installed to 7′, cut to height and with a bracket installed. Once done they are guaranteed against frost heaving and settling.

      Please feel free to call or email for more information. THX

      TMP AK – 907.299.3334
      info@tmpalaska.com

  4. David Patterson says:

    Building 2 cabins in Soldotna on adjoins lots. Waiting on the plans to be drawn. They are 20 X 24. One level what would be the approximate cost. My name is Dave Patterson and I left a phone message.

  5. Abe pellegrom says:

    I am interested in pricing. We have a remote 16×24 cabin.

    • Hi there Abe – will send you an email with all of our pricing information shortly.

      Cabin piles typically run $425 each installed with the brackets attached ready for you to build on. A few factors can change that.

      A typical 16/24′ cabin would likely see 9 piles under it.

      Thx and look for that email.

  6. Good day, I am planning on building a 20×32 2 story place on castaway cove outside of soldotna. It is a lot with the pond at the back of the lot. Quick estimate how many piers and extensions the main floor will be 4′ off the ground. Thanks Jason

    • HI Jason – I would estimate that – 12-15 piers would be needed and possibly 4 lateral batter piles. I would need more information on the exact lot / address to see what we know about soil conditions to determine an estimate of depth.

      If you could send the address, sketch of the house and any know soils information / photos that would be helpful. – info@tmpalaska.com

      THX Dave

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