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NO MORE SONOTUBES OR CONCRETE!!

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Postech Screw Pile vs. Concrete
  • Impossible to reuse

  • Reusable, eco-friendly

  • Excavation, forms, concrete, and many 
    hours of installation. Almost always
    without warranty.

  • Clean , no excavation needed to install

  • Many pieces of equipment and people on job site.

  • One piece of equipment. One man job most of the time.

  • ​Excavation, dirt piles, cure time, fix damaged landscape from heavy equipment 

  • ​Lower cost, less down time. No landscape damages 

SCREW PILE                   CONCRETE
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Made in Canada

Postech Screw Pile
Support Head

Fixed or adjustable, flat or U-Shaped, Postech offers a full range of support heads tailored to your project's needs

Thermal Insulation

This specially formulated insulation systemdurable and permanent, forms a protection zone that prevents water, cold air, frost and ice from forming at the base of the Postech Thermal Screw Pile, providing optimum protection against movement caused by frost and thaw.

Galvanized Steel

The Postech Thermal Screw Piles are fully galvanized, which provides durable protection against corrosion

Protected Air Chamber
Blade

Installed below the frost line, it serves as the load bearer and at the same time provides effective resistance to uplift. Postech thermal Piles are both a foundation and an anchor. The size of the blade is established based on the load supoorted and the type of soil in which the screw pile is installed.

Thermal Piles

We have the right pile to fit your project

Step 1. Contact us! 
 
Send us a brief description of your project with dimensions and we can start your estimate right away! 
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Step 2. Installed in a few hours 
 
We will schedule an appointment with you and show up on time.
We will perform the work as promised and install  Postech Thermal Screw Piles required to support your project. 
Installation timeapprox. 4 hours
Step 3. Start immediately
 
 Doing business with Postech is…
 
starting off on a solid foundation
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