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New Construction Concrete Pilings

Constructing A Solid Footing For Your New Foundation In Weak Soils And Clay with a Steel Reinforced Concrete Piling System. The Pre-Construction Pier Solution

NewConstruction-concrete-piling-foundationPre-Construction Piers put you on solid footing in areas of unstable soil and expansive clay sub-soils, the engineer may recommend our “original standard system” for structural support of your new foundation – steel reinforced concrete pilings.

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This system consists of vertical piers which are sometimes called auger cast piles
, since a large auger bit, generally 12 inches in diameter, is used to drill the holes. Then the piers are typically constructed to a 15 to 18 foot depth or to solid rock and spaced no more than 9 feet apart. We can provide additional depths if your project requires it.

pdf-concretepilingEach pier is reinforced with two #5 rebar. These are tied to the footing rebar, providing a continuous connection between the pilings and the foundation.

Brochure-NewConstructionUpon request by an owner, builder or engineer, additional pier depths and rebar designs are available. We work with the premier manufacturer of foundation repair products, with the highest quality precision engineering and superior customer service, to ensure any necessary customization for your project is achieved quickly and to the highest standards.

 

 

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Client Testimonials

“Although other companies made proposals, we kept reflecting on how knowledgeable, professional, and efficient Robert was. Never-the-less, we spent weeks researching the grouting process, the standards of the industry, and contacting references provided before entrusting the remediation of our home to Foundation Services. …We were in awe of how smoothly the drilling and grout injection process went…at the conclusion of the job, the home site looked exactly as it did at the job’s inception.”

— Gail and Joe R., Ocala, FL