Concrete Pier Supports Sinking Room Additions | Enclosed Porches | Concrete Slabs

Build on Solid Ground

42" Pier with Adjustable Screw

42″ Pier with Adjustable Screw

42" Concrete Pier

42″ Pier Underneath Addition

Room Addition

Room Addition

Pier Base Encased in Concrete

Pier Base Encased in Concrete

Room Additon perimeter dug out

Room Addition 4′ X 4′ Holes

Room addition being dug out

Room Addition Hand Dug

Noticing your enclosed porch, garage, or home settling, we can repair it! We can custom fabricate any project on-site.

We can install two types of concrete piers: a 42″ deep concrete square pier and a 42″ deep round sonotube pier. Both have a steel column as a main support with an adjustable screw, which is encased with concrete. We can also raise or stabilize the structure using this method. This method is only used for those structures without any proper engineering support.

A properly engineered support can usually be installed in one full day, but may take longer depending on the scope of the project. Local municipalities or the county building code enforcement department inspects our projects. We are licensed, bonded, and insured.

Existing Stone – Brick Foundation Requiring Underpinning 

In some rare cases, there might be an older home / building needing foundation repair to lift or stabilize the structure, but with these types of foundation you can not anchor bolts to them since these foundations are not made of concrete. We can still stabilize or lift structure by adding an engineered concrete pier underneath the existing stone – brick foundation.