Residential Helical Piers In Your Atlanta home
Foundation problems are a serious issues. Foundation repair is never a “do it yourself” project. Professionals, like ours at Atlas Piers of Atlanta, should always be contacted if you notice the warning signs of foundation failure. These signs include
- sticking windows
- sticking doors
- wall cracks
- leaning chimney
- bowing walls
- leaning walls
- sinking garage
- sloped floors
If you’re experiencing these problems or something similar, you probably have problems with your foundation. One of the best solutions to foundation problems are helical piers! If you need helical piers for your Atlanta home or business, we’re here for you.
Helical Piers for your Atlanta Home
Helical piers are similar to resistance piers, or push piers, they are used to support your home from underneath. Many people are turning to helical piers rather than push piers because it is believed that helical piers are more stable. Instead of being simply pushed into the ground, they are screwed in. They won’t have a chance to lean or wiggle around, so they are more reliable than push piers. The purpose of helical piers are, like push piers, are to support your home. They do this by attaching to an already existing wall and taking the weight from near the surface of the ground down to a lower level to a more suitable and stable part of the earth, where it is much easier to support the weight of the home. Helical piers can also be installed in tight, small, and hard-to-get-to places. All the products we use at Atlas Piers are manufactured by Earth Contact Products (ECP), the best in the industry for foundation repair products.
Most people need helical piers to correct their foundation problems, which can come about from unreliable soil; soil that is too wet or too dry where conditions vary too much. This can cause cracks in drywall, basement walls, and uneven foundation, which can make your doors and windows stick or look out of place. For all your helical piers Atlanta, Georgia needs, contact Atlas Piers of Atlanta today!