Push Piers provide the opportunity to lift a home's foundation back up to the original level.
Push Piers are attached to the footing of the house and hydraulically driven into the ground to reach load-bearing soil.
The TripleSafe Sump System has three pumps: two main and one battery back-up UltraSump. The UltraSump kicks on if there primary pump or power failure. WaterGuard is a sub-ground perimeter drainage system that channels water seepage to flow directly into the TripleSafe, keeping the basement floors safe and dry.
The only part of WaterGuard that is above ground is the built-in wall flange. This collects wall leaks and channels the seepage to flow into the sump system to be expelled from the basement.
Push Piers Covered
After Push Piers are installed, here they are filled back in and covered with concrete.
Indoor or Outdoor
Push Piers can be installed indoors or outdoors, depending on the situation.
Post Piers are designed to provide the opportunity to lift saggy, sloping floors above. They are zinc-plated and made of galvanized steel, making them strong and resistant to corrosion.