Helical tieback anchors are used to provide support or reinforcement to foundation walls or structures that have shifted and settled, or failed due changes in the soil. They are also used in tieback construction to support retaining walls, large towers, seawalls, dams and levees.

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The parts of a helical pier consist of a helix (coil), shaft, and a support bracket at the top. Variations come with more than one helix, or a shaft made of solid square steel or a pipe section. In the 1830’s, helix screw piles were first introduced as an improvement over the common standard wood pier or driven support pile.

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If you notice sloping and sagging floors or cracks in drywall, it’s likely your crawlspace is in need of additional support systems. The support of a crawlspace weakens when either; it’s columns settle due to weak foundation soils, improper spacing of pier columns, or excess moisture and wood rot.

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