Helical piers can be used in many residential applications. If you have a home showing the signs of foundation settlement, please call or fill out the form on this page for an on-site evaluation.
A few benefits of helical piles:
Ideal for areas with high water tables
Ideal for tight spaces
Can be used around perimeter of home and underneath the home
Installed quickly in one visit
Removed and reused with ease
Straight Line Construction Co. is a certified dealer of Ram Jack’s patented helical piers for the residential industry.
From settlement piers and foundation repair piles to pre-construction piers, we develop custom, foundation solutions for both residential and commercial applications utilizing best in class foundation products and technologies.
This video animation shows the installation process of helical piles in residential foundation repair. Watch to learn more.
Micropiles are used in many commercial applications but can also be an affordable solution for many residential repairs. Micropiles are an ideal solution for repairs needed in confined spaces and difficult soil conditions. Each foundation repair solution is unique and designed to correct your specific situation. Please fill out the form on this page or give us a call for an on-site evaluation. Our foundation repair consultants will evaluate your specific problem and offer you an affordable and permanent solution.
Push Piers are often the best option for homes suffering from settlement issues. Warning signs of foundation damage are listed below. If you notice any of these signs please call or fill out the form on this page for an on-site evaluation.
Warning signs of foundation damage:
Cracks in exterior brick
Cracks in stucco or concrete
Cracks in dry wall
Molding and trim separating from ceiling
Cracks in ceiling
Straight Line Construction Co. is a certified dealer of Ram Jack’s
patented push piers for the residential industry.
It is important to protect new construction and prevent future downward settlement before it even begins. Piers installed during the pre-construction phase of a new home, commercial building, or residential addition lessen any impacts of substandard soil. They are cost-effective, easy to install, can be installed in two days or less, and can be completed in any type of weather conditions.
Rely on Straight Line Construction Co. and our network of geotechnical engineers to assess your site and soil conditions before construction starts. We can save you money by preventing future building settlement issues.