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DynaPier®

The DynaPier® foundation piering system was engineered to be the strongest foundation pier on the market. It is the only foundation pier designed by combining steel and high strength concrete making it one of the strongest foundation piers in the industry. Read more about the DynaPier® system and discover what makes it so much stronger than the competition.

DynaPier Foundation PiersHow The DynaPier® System Works

The DynaPier® system is installed centrally beneath the footing rather than outside of the footing, thus transferring the structural load directly on top of the foundation pier. Our DynaPier® will achieve the greatest depth and is installed in a position to provide the greatest support. Our interlocking, DynaPier® segments are comprised of high-strength concrete that is pre-cast in a steel sleeve providing superior shear strength and compressive resistance as proven by independent testing labs. The outer casing is filled with a concrete core, and cured for maximum hardness. The DynaPier® segments are hydraulically driven into the ground one at a time. After one DynaPier® segment is driven, another segment is connected to the foundation pier, and the process is repeated until the foundation pier hits bedrock or a dense strata of subsurface material providing maximum support. The foundation pier is then topped with a steel cap, and lastly, the house is lifted and secured to the foundation pier.

The DynaPier® system is centrally and directly beneath the load/footing and foundation, with no loose shimmed components that can allow for slippage, ALL parts are connected to form a monolithic unit. The result is a foundation that far exceeds the home’s original structural integrity, making your foundation better than new. For an in-depth comparison of the DynaPier® and other common foundation piers, visit the DynaPier® website.

 

 

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