Helical Pier Cost
How much does it cost to install helical piers?
The cost per helical pier installed can drastically change depending on the load requirements and soil conditions at the site location, and there are a few more factors that could affect the price. The going rate on helical piers installed up to 20′ of depth (after 20′ $20-$30 per ft) ranges from $1000-$1400 in the residential foundation repair industry across the United States.
Where can I buy Helical Piers
How much does helical piers cost for materials
Foundation Masters, LLC has the larges selection of helical pier, helical piles (same thing) designs and materials we can also fabricate any thing you need. Foundation Masters helical piles can be designed to capacities of 5 ton to 250 tons and higher if needed. We can guarantee your helical piles will arrive at your job site on time. The average cost per 5-7′ lead section with double 10″ & 12″ disk SCH 40-80 pipe is $100-$150 each. The extension sections 5′ & 7′ long SCH 40-80 are $70-$90 each. This price also includes hardware bolts, washers and nuts. These sizes are your typical residential construction sizes.
Helical Piers Cost New Construction
How much does new construction piers cost?
New construction helical piles have many uses like small or large structures over earth and water, pedestrian bridges, boardwalks, residential bridges, pools, house and buildings. We offer helical pier solutions which include engineering, foundation repair/design, load calculations, material, and labor.
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How do helical piles work?
Helical piles provide support as most typical deep foundation systems do. Compressive strength support from helical piers is provided from the helices attached to the pier shaft. Tensile strength is also provided from resistance to pull-out from the surface area of the helical plates attached to the pier shaft.