To enjoy life simply and fully, have you thought about the option of an off-grid chalet? You know those homes without electricity, without Wi-Fi, and with water pumped directly from the source?
You’ve learned what are screw piles, now you can’t help but wonder: how do we install them?
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.
We have been asked about the difference between regular concrete foundations and screw piles. In fact, you have to understand that both are foundations for your structures. Here is an article that will help you understand their particularity.
We are regularly asked : what happens when you hit a rock, boulders, or stones?
The Postech Durham team has two dealers, James Timleck and Debbie Compton and operates out of Pickering, Ontario. The desire to provide a solid foundations stems from James’ deck building business, The Deck Guys. As a contractor himself, James understands the need for efficiency and high-quality products, so the move to acquire Postech Screw Piles was an easy choice to make.
There are several reasons for investing in a greenhouse. Whether you are a herb gardener or an agri-food professional, a greenhouse offers the same benefits for everyone: Growing plants for consumption or ornament over a longer period of the year, maybe even annually.
One of the most challenging situations in which to install a foundation is in the case of unstable soil. Typical foundations depend upon the strength of the soil to support the structure that is being built. Foundation stem walls and footing transfer the building’s weight to the ground. The footing is constructed wider than the stem wall in order to spread the weight out, so that the ground can support it better.
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.
Is your family growing? Are your parents moving in? Do you want your home gym? Or do you just need more space? In short, you need a home addition. An expansion project can seem complex. There are several details to consider to ensure the success of your investment. To help you get started, here is a handy guide to planning your home addition.