Flus mount pier brackets
On a poured concrete wall, flush mount piers are bolted to the foundation wall and the footing. These bolts are epoxied in.
A very large bracket is temporarily attached to the pier bracket and a large hydraulic cylinder is attached. This is used to push pier tubes down until they reach the bedrock.
Push Pier Log
Every pier is logged to record the depth of the piers and the pressures they obtained.
Sump ssytem installed
Along witht he pier system, an interior drain system is installed. This system includes a new sump system.
The piers are installed approx every 4 feet for best support.
The waterproofing was done using our patented Waterguard system.
Once all the push piers are in place, smaller hydraulic cylinders are attached and then they are connected to each other using hydraulic pressure lines. Then, all at once, the hydraulic fluid is pumped to the cylinders to raise the home back to level.
The membrane is on the wall and the floor has been re-concreted.