Tiny houses: Rethinking Space and Storage

The popularity of tiny houses continues to grow as many people adopt a more minimalist way of living. Indeed, the increase in environmental issues necessarily leads to a more critical way of looking at our consumption patterns. It also prompts us to reflect on the importance we give to objects. By switching to the “tiny” lifestyle, individuals must detach themselves from the clutter since the storage space will be considerably reduced in this type of housing.

Boardwalks Built on Screw Piles : Solid & eco friendly!

Many parks, especially those which are created to allow us to commune with nature, provide boardwalks for their visitors, allowing them to walk through nature on a comfortable, smooth surface. While these walkways help keep visitors from damaging the delicate balance of nature, their installation can be very destructive to the nature that they are supposed to protect.

Bollards and Gaz Tanks : Security on screw piles!

The potential uses for Postech Screw Piles are virtually endless. Anything that needs a firm foundation can be placed upon our screw piles. Take bollards for example. Bollards are used to provide protection from vehicle traffic in a wide variety of cases. ATM machines, sidewalk restaurants, storefronts, and banks use bollards for protection against both careless drivers and criminals who would try to crash through their façade to rob them.

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.