Postech Winnipeg can Effectively Stabilize your Sinking Foundation

Have you noticed that your home seems to be leaning slightly to one side all of a sudden?  Are you hesitating to pick up the phone and call a foundation repair contractor fearing what this issue might cost you to fix?  Well, you aren’t alone especially if you’re living in Winnipeg where foundation issues seem more of a norm than an exception; if you want proof just open the Yellow Pages to Foundation Contractors.

Now the challenge is to find a solution without a price tag that sends you to the bank for a second mortgage and to do it before the home shifts so much that even more expensive solutions are required.  One such answer might be to stabilize your home with steel screw piles which fall underneath a foundation support bracket along the exterior of the foundation and stop it from sinking any further.  The beauty of this solution is that it’s cost effective and also requires a minimal amount of excavation.

If you would like to know more about how you can use steel screw piles to effectively stabilize your home’s sinking foundation, call 1 (855) 4 – PILING or visit

About screwpiling

We install premium pile foundations which are guaranteed against movement due to frost heaving. Our piles are affordable and professionally installed according to torque, this means you get a perfect install every time! We proudly serve the Greater Winnipeg Area, Steinbach, South-East Manitoba and Interlake regions. Start off on a solid foundation with a Postech Thermal Piles, the most solid and stable piles ever designed.
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