We get asked this question on a regular basis. Can we install Postech Screw Piles ourselves? The answer is NO. For many reasons, Postech Screw Piles must be installed by a certified installer, who will have attended a complete training seminar, and have all the qualifications required to best guide you with your projects. For your renovation project, it is important to have a solid foundation for your structures. Make your investment count by trusting our professionals.
YES… But I can do it myself!
The DIY builder
Knowing that our clients are women and men that pride on taking on their own projects from A to Z, we get this question a lot. However, know that installing screw piles is more complex than it seems. Our installers make it seem easy? Know that behind this simplicity, comes a training and a procedure well established by Postech Screw Piles. Our equipment is calibrated for our products and allow us to guarantee the installation. So even though you enjoy being hands-on in your projects, let us lay the foundation for you. So jump straight to the next step of your DIY project.
Stop digging holes!
Concrete piles…the wait is long!
Stop digging holes and wasting your precious time! On top of spending money on expensive rental equipment that are hard to maneuver. Don’t waste your time waiting for the concrete to dry, which may take several days. Not to mention, in all probability you’ll have to rent a motorized auger and dig afterwards. You must remember that you have to be located under the frost zone so that your installation does not shift during the frost and thaw seasons. Also, you’ll likely have to manually dig before pouring your foundations.
Dek-Block, we don’t dig… but
With Postech Screw Piles, no need to worry about inclement weather. Nor do you need to redo your landscape after our passing. Our installers have the proper machinery and will be able to tend to your needs. You’re thinking of investing in a « Dek-Block » foundation? It is important to know that this type of solution, even though less costly, will end up damaging your installations more quickly.