Our underpinning piers are made of steel and are driven deep into the soil beneath your foundation to provide load bearing strata or limestone to solve your settlement problems. These piers can be installed inside or outside your foundation walls and are not visible once the repair is complete.
Pressure piers – A pressure pier is a pier that uses the counterweight of the structure to advance down to limestone or load bearing strata. Are you in need of an effective way to stabilize or lift your home back into its original place with minimal disruption to your property? Camrock pressure piers is the desired solution to your problems.
Drilled piers – A drilled pier is installed by a rotary wash system that uses water to advance the pier into deeper soils without using any of the weight of the structure. This is ideal when installing piers on light structures or slabs where the counterweight isn’t there. It is also desired when the soil profile requires us to get down to a deeper layer of bedrock. At this harder layer, a push pier system is not strong enough, so a drilled pier is needed. Once again, these are some of the examples that separates Camrock from the rest. We have multiple pier types that we recommend based on our clients’ specific needs.
Our piers provide a permanent solution that you can count on! Call today for a free inspection from one of our foundation experts!