Over 50,000 Stabil-Loc® Piers Installed. ZERO Failures!
The patented Stabil-Loc® Patented Foundation Piering System is far and away the most reliable pier available.
Stabil-Loc® Foundation Piering System
The revolutionary Stabil-Loc Foundation Piering System is the number one method in the foundation repair industry for providing the homeowner with a permanent foundation repair solution.
The pier is hydraulically driven all the way to bedrock or stable strata, providing the deepest, strongest foundation support available.
Stabil-Loc® Patented Foundation Piers
The patented Stabil-Loc® Foundation Piering System is the #1 method for providing homeowners with a permanent foundation repair solution.
Our double-walled, heat-extruded steel tube is positioned directly under the center of the wall to be lifted or stabilized, then driven hydraulically all the way to bedrock or stable strata. This provides the deepest, strongest foundation support available. The patented rotating head assembly maintains concentric loading during the lifting process. Traditionally, the house must be over-lifted to insert shims. Our adjustable “shimblock” eliminates the need for over-lifting the structure which can cause damage to your home.
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The Most Reliable Foundation Pier Available
The Stabil-Loc Foundation Piering System has been tested by CTL Thompson of Fort Collins Colorado and holds an ICC-ES listing (4121). The pier tested to be the strongest pier in the industry. Please click here to review the testing, ICC-ES listing and all engineering information.
About the Stabil-Loc® Patented Foundation Piers
Our foundation piers are engineered to perfection. As we stand by our product and it’s efficiency, every pier installation comes with a lifetime warranty- no questions asked. Every foundation repair service comes with a free Certified Structural Evaluation®, a training program that turns contractors into authorized and licensed technicians.
Concentric vs Eccentric Loading
For 100 years, the foundation repair industry has struggled with the concept of “concentric loading” versus “eccentric loading”. It has been difficult to install a pier under a house, because the house was always in the way. Attaching a bracket to the outer edge of the foundation footing and driving a pier off the bracket caused severe off-set loads, which dramatically decreased the long-term durability and reliability of the system. If you want your piering system to be a permanent solution, you must do three things…