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I will show you what he is like who comes to me and hears my words and puts them into practice. He is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid the foundation on rock. -LUKE 6:47
No, but the almost permanent foundation repair system is one that penetrates hard rock, and that is what the torpedo pier is designed to accomplish.
Many companies boast “fix it for good”, or “permanent foundation repairs”, or will “fix almost every foundation in any kind of soil”, but that is just boasting, and unless they go to rock and sink the supports into hard rock, the supports and the home on top of them can settle.
Bedrock Foundation Repair, LLC Founder, Dennis Rials developed the Torpedo Pier because it can go to rock, at least as deep as 90 feet, penetrating the soft rock layers until it reaches hard rock, hard enough to easily support a residential home.
The Torpedo Pier also can be installed with limited access. It can roll into the hallway of your home, and install a steel pier 90 feet deep, without touching your ceiling.
There are special situations where the rock can move, but in almost all cases, going to rock is solid, and permanent, and seasonal adjustments are no longer necessary.
Many pier types vary in size, depth, and material. Some are wider, some are screwed into the ground, some have a large bell or footing at the bottom, but still, they are all still sitting on mud, and they can all settle unless they reach a hard rock foundation.
Some methods increase the odds of success in foundation repair, and the odds are slim that adjustments will be needed in the near future, but still, the supports are not on rock, and they can settle. Any other claims of superiority are bogus and not true.
The Torpedo Pier is in rock. It is more expensive, it is permanent, and it can save you money in the future because you can depend on it.
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