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More than just screw piles
POSTECH SCREW PILES FORT McMURRAY
Postech Fort McMurray has offered quality installations and unequalled service in the city of Fort McMurray for many years.
Charles Wilson takes his clients satisfaction to heart. Charles offers his clients one of the best guarantees on the market and provides excellent cost to quality ratio. He is also constantly improving his techniques so he can offer his customers the best solutions for their projects.
When it comes to tackling basic or difficult challenges, Postech Fort McMurray shines. To the delight of their customers, Charles and his team in Fort McMurray have completed a number of fantastic projects with Postech screw piles.
As a result, Fort McMurray contractors utilise Postech screw piles in their projects to provide a strong foundation!
Postech Screw Piles: Starting off on a Solid Foundation!
All Postech Screw piles are
Did you know that all Postech Screw Piles go through the metallurgical process of hot-dip galvanizing?
Such protection ensures our screw piles are durably protected against corrosion, as well as an estimated useful life of at least 75 years.
This is a major consideration when looking into screw piles or helical piers has they may be called. When comparing Postech Screw Piles to others, you need to be very aware of this to adequately compare Postech to others.
All Postech Screw Piles are galvanized according to ASTM A123M.
Why should you buy Postech Fort McMurray’s piles?
Superior quality components
Galvanized steel’s useful life is predictable (75 years and more) when climate conditions are known. In comparison, non-galvanized black steel is generally unpredictable.
Great resistance to corrosion
Galvanic protection: in the event of a scratch to galvanized steel, the zinc coating will “sacrifice” itself to protect the steel underneath.
Less corrosion equals less waste. Because galvanized steel won’t rust, the base material can be conserved. Therefore, only minor quantities of metal are reintroduced into our environment.