If your home shows signs of foundation settlement of any kind, The Foundation Guys can help. We have a variety of warrantied foundation repair products that solve all types of settlement issues, including slab piers, push piers, and helical piers.
Each of our foundation pier systems is custom-designed and installed by our team of in-house, certified foundation contractors.
Our warrantied foundation pier system can solve your foundation issues! Call us for a free foundation pier system quote today!
We serve Ottawa, Nepean, Orleans, Gloucester, Kanata, and many nearby areas in Ontario.
Our foundation piers have been engineered with minimal disturbance to your home and a fast, effective installation in mind. Our foundation push piers are installed by one of our in-house crews of foundation experts, who are fully trained and certified through Foundation Supportworks, Inc., an international network of foundation experts.
Each of our foundation pier systems is available in both black steel and galvanized steel, which allows for long-term strength and corrosion resistance. All of our pier systems are installed year-round with a 25-year manufacturer's warranty, as well as coming with our own performance and installation warranty.
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These rugged steel push piers feature a patent-pending external sleeve that strengthens the pier at the critical tension point below the bracket.
This is the best foundation repair option available when soil conditions are unknown, providing a permanent solution for your settlement issues.
A helical pier owes its name to the helical plates welded to the pier shaft. These plates help to pull the pier into the soil during installation and provide anchoring strength as the weight of the foundation or structural element is transferred to the pier.
Helical piers have a great deal of versatility for stabilizing and restoring foundations and masonry elements.
Slab piers are push piers designed specifically to stabilize and (in some cases) raise slabs that have settled. This type of pier is driven into the soil in the settlement area, deep enough to connect the slab to stable, load-bearing soil or bedrock.
A specially designed bracket connects the top of the pier to the underside of the slab, to stabilize and/or raise the slab back to its original position.