Steel piers are driven to bedrock with ledge sitting under slab.
Steel pipes are driven into ground until hitting bedrock before being welded to each other.
Steel piers are driven into ground with a 10,000 PSI hydraulic pump.
Several steel piers alongside house with very minimal disturbance to landscaping...
...While using the concrete cylinder house leveling method causes severe disturbance to landscaping.
Another view of steel ledge under slab before pier is cut to size and welded.
Steel pipes are welded together.
View after pipes are welded together, but before being cut down to below grade.
Pipes are cut below grade and held together with strong weld.
Holes and steel piers alongside of house and in front of garage.
Hydraulic pump drilling steel pier into bedrock in front of garage.
Repaired driveway in front of garage after leveling is completed.
Holes in driveway disappear after repair work is completed.
Mess is kept to a minimum with dirt placed in plastic bags.
Signs of house needing leveling are evident with cracks on masonry.
After leveling is complete, cracks seem to disappear.