What are the different types of screw piles (helical piles) we offer?

The question often comes up as to what type of Piles we offer and what are they used for. We have a wide variety of Screw Piles and accessories to suit all of your needs.
We have three large segments we cater to: those suitable for light projects, those for habitable projects as well as those for commercial projects or having large lateral forces.

Choose your shed

Whether you have a garage or not, you probably need a shed.  Some are tiny and contain only garden essentials such as shovels, rakes, and lawnmowers, while others store sporting equipment, patio furniture, snowblowers, tools and so much more. There are several types of sheds, so let us go through them together so you choose which one best suits your needs.

Screw Piles : Easily Installed in the Rain

One of the most frustrating things that can happen to anyone who is trying to get a construction project off the ground is delays. Delays are the bane of any project, taking place whenever rain or other inclement weather strikes. Some projects totally miss their deadlines, simply because the weather doesn’t cooperate with the contractors or the project owner.

Grain Bins and Silos : with solid foundations!

For years, the agricultural industry has depended upon concrete foundations for their storage buildings. While concrete provides an extremely strong foundation which will last for years, it isn’t the only option available. With costs rising and the need to find innovative ways to save on expenses, many farming operations are turning to Postech Screw Piles for their grain bins and storage silos.

Pool Fences: For both security and style

Having a pool comprises of many advantages, some more interesting than others. Refreshing oneself, enjoying yourself, having a great time with friends and creating lasting memories with the family. Anyone that has a pool is going to need a fence, therefore here are the different types of materials that are available on the market which will allow you to take full advantage of summer in a safe and secure manner.