Yesterday we discussed cases in which helical piers shouldn’t be used, like in rocky soil conditions. In today’s #FoundationRepair #TipOfTheDay Brian discusses another scenario in which helical piers shouldn’t be utilized… Soft Soils. Again, the soil conditions play a large role in the method used to stabilize, and potentially lift, a home or commercial structure. Soft soils force helical piers to be installed at greater depths due to the piers’ reliance on torque. Projects with the presence of soft soil are typically better off with push piers as they will be installed to load bearing strata, which is often bedrock.
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