Postech Screw Piles used for mounting 4 large solar panel grids on hillside. The ground was very soft as it is near a lake and screw piles reached solid ground, quickly and without any digging.
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Solar Project Duncan BC
Piles installed for a solar panel grid in Duncan BC for Viridian Energy Coop www.vecoop.ca. 250-466-4909. Once the panels and rack arrive the screw piles will be cut close to the ground so that the panels can be bolted to them. More pictures will follow one this project gets closer to completion. This grid was 450ft […]
Concrete Staircase Sinking into unstable soil supported with Postech Screw Piles. Postech Piles were installed 8 feet below grade with cement caps so the contractor could pour a new concrete footing under the staircase that will be supported by the piles.
Remote Cabin – Marshall Lake BC
Postech Screw Piles installed underneath an existing cabin on picturesque Marshall Lake, approximately 2 hours outside of Lillooet BC. Screw Piles will provide and new foundation for this special family cabin and enable the owners to build and additional room underneath the existing living space. Vancouver Island Postech operates all over BC and we would […]
Postech Screw Piles on a steep hillside in Victoria around trees without causing their root systems any harm so that customer could have boardwalk type deck built around their house. This made an otherwise unusable side of their house into a private deck and entry area for new wheelchair accessible suite. Builder found Piles were […]
Featured on Holmes on Homes
Homes “Lawn and Order” episode on HGTV recently featured Postech Screw Piles used for a large deck and for tie back of a retaining wall. http://www.hgtv.ca/holmesmakesitright/video/season+2/lawn+and+order/video.html?v=2517023349&p=1&s=da&searchQuery=lawn%20and%20order#holmesmakesitright/video/search/lawn%20and%20order
Screw Piles Installed under existing living space
36 Concrete footings under existing living spaces and decks were on unstable back fill and were all replaced with Postech Screw Piles. It was possible to install them under the existing building that was held up with scaffolding.