helical pile contractors

We are raising more and more houses at the jersey shore even 2 years after Sandy. Many being raised are engineered with the use of helical piles. If you have heard of this process and wondered how it works it’s realitively simple but choosing the right honest contractor to do your job is key.

Here at split-rok construction have found just that contractor. Both efficient and honest HSS Helical piles in point pleasant fit the bill.

We are presently raising and installing a house on 153 Ocean Ave. Point Pleasant Beach that we renovated the entire interior on in 2013.

A soil boring was done that indicated that solid base was encountered at 25′ below the surface.

Experience in knowing the area and an honest appraisal of the situation lead Adam Musgrave to

Recommend trying to use a larger helix the accomplish the necessary torque required without Having to charge us to go deeper. His fear that there might be a soft layer below 25′ that if broken through might cause us to have to go deeper then 25′ or more and therefore push us way over budget.

A test pile was drilled as shown hear and luckily we hit 4800psi. More than enough to hold our 1000′ structure. All other piles driven torqued out at about 15-16′. Job well done. Can’t thank Adam and his all American crew for their help.

When I showed up on the job and saw a large American flag hanging on back of there machine I told Ed there Forman that the flag alone gave me confidence in them.

Many contractors that are doing this type of work are not at all as reputable as Adam and his company. I’ve spent 30 years in my own business and 10 years prior to that working in the union as a concrete finisher,and haven’t seen this type of dedication for years. What a pleasure to feel 20141006_092842confident that I gave my client the best possible job at the best price.

Split-Rok Construction is actively engaged in raising and reconstructing homes at the shore and have a group of honest contractors we use to make this trying experience easier.

We bring to the table over 40 years of experience in the construction industry and a team of professionals that will not take advantage of your misfortune. We take on the project fully from permitting to monitoring every phase of the project without charging exhortant General contractor inflated costs.

We test and check all materials and watch each man to carry out his assigned task. We will do a great job what more could you ask.

Ted Mechnick can be reached by phone or text at 732-915-6391 if you want to call to see if we fit your needs. No charge for assessment of your condition and always a honest appraisal will be given of what’s needed to get back into your home cost-effectively.

Repairing damaged Foundations from Sandy

We have been inundated with requests to repair block and concrete foundations as a result of storm damage from Sandy.Although in some cases it may look like there is little hope of salvaging a damaged foundation with skill and working with the right house mover it can be successfully accomplished.

The complete process needs to be assessed thoroughly and all possible scenarios discussed prior to starting this tricky process. The key is good communication with the company chosen the hold the house up while the new foundation is being constructed. Here years of skill in all areas of the project is needed.

House movers are not all the same and when working on a project to either save a home with a seriously compromised foundation or one that needs to be raised to the new FEMA flood plane the risk here is immense. There is no room for error since if done incorrectly the house can be lost or if held up improperly the risk for loose of life of those working on it is also great.

Should you need a quote for this type work the vetting out process needs to be more diligent than if you were chosing a contractor to pour and driveway or patio.

Please contact Split-Rok Construction at http://www.split-rok.com  for more information on this or a quote should you in need of this type of work.

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