Stabilizing Helical Piers Installed for Properties Throughout Columbia, SC & Beyond
Commercial property owners searching for helical piers installed by a respectable geotechnical company can turn to the professionals at Engineered Solutions. We have proudly served the Columbia, South Carolina, area, for many years, shoring newly constructed buildings and repairing structures that have sustained damage. Our design-build team has encountered structural support projects of almost every size and scope conceivable, completing each with a level of skill and expertise unrivaled in the industry.
The Engineered Solutions team masterfully installs helical piers for property owners in Columbia, SC, and the surrounding areas that are:
- Cost-effective – Compared to other structural shoring techniques, helical piers are a more affordable, yet still effective, option.
- Built to last – These geotechnical elements are ideal for transferring the weight of a structure, commercial or otherwise, off of unstable ground to proper load-bearing soil. This creates a long-lasting solution that will ensure a stable foundation for many years to come.
- Space sensitive – Helical piers can be installed in urban areas or other places where space is a major concern during construction or repair.
- Installed quickly – Our design-build team can install these elements quickly and efficiently to keep up with stringent construction schedules.
When property owners turn to Engineered Solutions for helical pier stabilization, they can count on more than just efficient installations and lasting solutions. We also offer an impressive workmanship warranty that covers the geotechnical work we perform, ensuring that our customers can rest easy knowing that their purchases are protected.
To learn more about the helical piers we install for commercial property owners and other customers throughout the Columbia, SC, area, contact Engineered Solutions today. One of our representatives will be happy to help you schedule a consultation for your upcoming foundation stabilization project.