Triple J Foundation 2301 Ohio Dr Ste 270 Plano TX 75093

Concrete Pier Foundation Repair

Concrete pier foundation repair is one of the oldest methods of foundation repair in use in Dallas Fort Worth. When properly installed, a concrete pier will provide long-term foundation support. All concrete pier types require large holes and more landscape removal than steel piers.

Types of Concrete pier for solving foundation problems in the Dallas Fort Worth area include:

  • Pressed Concrete Pilings
  • Six-inch Diameter Pilings
  • Six-inch Diameter Pilings with steel leader
  • Poured in Place Concrete Piers
  • Double eight concrete piers
  • 12 inch poured concrete piers
  • Belled concrete piers

Pressed Concrete Pilings

Squeezed Solid Pilings are the most normally promoted fix technique being used in the DFW territory. Pre-projected solid portions are less expensive than steel. Establishment time is more limited than poured pilings in light of the fact that the solid has just been restored. Once in a while a steel chief is utilized to accomplish more noteworthy profundity. Establishment time is practically identical to that of steel wharfs.

Numerous project workers don't add water, accomplishing a profundity of 8-10 feet with the briefest conceivable establishment time and lowest cost. The ceaseless expansion of water during a heaping drive accomplishes more noteworthy profundity and soundness. 12 feet is the base profundity expected to limit development because of occasional dampness changes except if the framework has been headed to shake at a lower profundity.

Establishment profundity is needy upon the accessible drive power. The establishment of pre-projected cement is hindered by surface erosion and end-bearing opposition. At a distance across 6 inches, a solid heaping requires multiple times the establishment pressing factor of steel. The expense of material is not exactly that of steel. The solid establishment only sometimes arrives at bedrock.

After the concrete is pressed, the foundation is leveled using steel shims.

Caution about pressed concrete pilings:

When installed properly, the pier system provides a relatively reliable foundation repair. The system is not quite as good as Steel piers because it is seldom driven to rock. The problem with concrete pressed pilings is when they are improperly installed to a depth of 3-5 feet. The piling system appears robust but will probably fail in a few years.

We see this issue emerge, untimely wharf disappointment when the team gets an impetus for the quantity of docks frameworks introduced each day. Regularly this emerges when either a worker for hire pays a group reward on the number of wharves introduced, or the foundation fix worker for hire utilizes a sub-worker for hire. There are some excellent sub-workers for hire, and there are some truly rotten ones. The rotten ones will drive short and quick. A few times every year, Triple J Foundation is employed to re-do the dock establishment as a result of the inadequate establishment by a corrupt contender.

Poured Concrete Piers

Poured solid wharves are best utilized for new development when they can be penetrated to a profundity of 20-30 feet. A ringer adds end bearing surface territory to build load limit. For a private fix, the docks are commonly penetrated to a profundity of eight to ten feet. At ten feet the docks are subject to development because of occasional dampness change. Fix time before foundation leveling is 7-10 days.

The heap bearing limit of the dirt under a poured dock isn't tried. Helpless soil compaction/helpless burden-bearing limit is the main source of foundation issues. The wharf may sink with time in ineffectively compacted soils and regularly conveys a more limited guarantee period than some other dock technique.

Service Area

Allen, Arlington, Carrollton, Colleyville, Coppell, Denton, DeSoto, Duncanville, Euless, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Hurst, Irving, Lancaster, Lewisville, Mesquite, Plano, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Tarrant County & The Colony