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Reasons for foundation failure

Bad soil conditions

Foundation failure may be due to poor soil quality as well as expansion and/or contraction.

Drainage

Inadequate drainage can have serious consequences for your home. Excessive humidity causes settling that can lead to erosion and/or consolidation.

Ground conditions prior to construction

Soil low in density or poorly compacted prior to construction can lead to several foundation issues.

Why choose StabiliForce?

TOP TIER EQUIPMENT

Bench tested in laboratory for durability.

WE LIFT WHAT OTHERS CAN'T

Highly expensive clay, loess, karst, glacial till, nothing stops us.

TURN KEY SOLUTION

One system for commercial, residential, industrial work.

OUR COMPETITIVE PRICES

Conscious of industry supply and demand, we offer competitive prices while ensuring top-quality work.

Why choose hydraulic piles?

Hydraulic piles achieve better results than screw piles while also being more efficient and durable

It’s the only technology we can correct the sag of a building by using its own weight. It’s the only technology that allows the piles to reach the rock. In addition, these piles take up very little space and emit no vibration. As a result, it’s possible to drive piles both inside and outside a building. Hydraulic piles support the weight of a building as well as its system of hydraulic cylinders to straighten the foundation either partially or fully.

Unlike screw-in piles, hydraulic piles guarantee a building’s stability—they offer the definitive solution for foundation sinking. Our lab-tested foundation chairs can each support up to 80,000 lbs. Come explore the daring side of dependability.

Major differences between hydraulic piles and screw piles:

Hydraulic piles

Screw-in piles

  • Have a load capacity of 40,000 pounds with a safety factor of 2

  • Can reach the rock

  • Support our WSP Certified foundation chairs

  • Are filled with concrete to ensure stability

  • Have a load capacity of 26,000 pounds with a safety factor of 1.5

  • Cannot reach the rock

  • Break up the soil due to screwing during the depression

  • Cannot ensure total stabilisation with all types of soil

  • Can not be filled with concrete.

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