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The patented Push Pier system, exclusively from TFS and our network partner Supportworks, permanently stabilizes your home’s foundation. In many cases it can even lift your home back to level. Galvanized steel tube sections are hydraulically driven through steel foundation brackets to reach the depths of competent load-bearing strata. They’re locked into place and the weight of your home is transferred from the original, unstable soils, through the piers, to the competent soil or bedrock.

Push Pier Advantages

  • System reaches greater depths than other options
  • Does not require use of heavy equipment
  • Galvanized system will not rust
  • Below grade solution concealed from sight
  • Can often lift foundation back toward level position

The patented Push Pier system, exclusively from TFS and our network partner Supportworks, permanently stabilizes your home’s foundation. In many cases it can even lift your home back to level. Galvanized steel tube sections are hydraulically driven through steel foundation brackets to reach the depths of competent load-bearing strata. They’re locked into place and the weight of your home is transferred from the original, unstable soils, through the piers, to the competent soil or bedrock.

Push Pier Advantages

  • System reaches greater depths than other options
  • Does not require use of heavy equipment
  • Galvanized system will not rust
  • Below grade solution concealed from sight
  • Can often lift foundation back toward level position

Footing is exposed and prepared for bracket.

Bracket is secured to the footing and piers are driven into soil.

Weight of home is transferred through piers to competent soils.

Home is lifted back to level position, if possible.

Footing is exposed and prepared for bracket.

Bracket is secured to the footing and piers are driven into soil.

Weight of home is transferred through piers to competent soils.

Home is lifted back to level position, if possible.

Why You Need Push Piers

After a home is constructed, changes in the surrounding soil are the primary cause of foundation settlement. Extreme moisture changes, such as drought conditions or oversaturation, along with poorly compacted fill soils, create soil movement. That movement shifts and settles your home, causing cracked walls, uneven floors and a sinking foundation.

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Why You Need Push Piers

After a home is constructed, changes in the surrounding soil are the primary cause of foundation settlement. Extreme moisture changes, such as drought conditions or oversaturation, along with poorly compacted fill soils, create soil movement. That movement shifts and settles your home, causing cracked walls, uneven floors and a sinking foundation.

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Our Promise

Rest assured that our push piers will immediately stabilize your settling foundation and will permanently protect your home against any further foundation movement. Our push piers come with an unmatched, industry-leading warranty for the life of the structure.