Structural support and stabilization

Cracks that appear on inside or outside walls, doors and window that get stuck when you try to open them, cracks that appear on the house’s concrete slab and the chimney moving away from the house’s walls are all signs that the structure’s foundations are experiencing problems. The solution? Supporting and stabilizing your building with screw piles.
Our piles can easily be installed under existing structures. While installing piles will not repair existing cracks, this will stabilize the structure and prevent further damage or sinkage from happening.

Stability and solidity

Anchored under the ground’s frost line thanks to the piles’ helix plate, our screw piles offer unparalleled solidity and resistance to ground movements. Moreover, they can be installed in any type of soil and whatever the environmental constraints!

Quick and easy installation

Since each project is unique, the number, size and placement of the piles are determined according to the type of structure and its weight as well as the type of soil where they will be installed. Our piles come in many sizes. We offer piles ranging in diameter between 1 ⅞ and 6 ⅝ inches equipped with helix plates (the screw that allows to drive the pile down into the ground) anywhere from 8 to 36 inches in size. Our piles will anchor your existing foundation and will cost less than replacing it with a new traditional concrete foundation.

Installing Pro Post Foundations screw piles will be quicker and will require less work and workers than traditional concrete foundations or concrete piles (Sonotube). Moreover, our compact Kubota mini-tractor equipped with lawn tires will not damage your property. The installation process will be quick and clean, even in tight spots or in remote areas of your property.


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Our Piles

Similar to a giant screw, the piles are driven into the ground using specialized equipment and are anchored into place thanks to a helix plate situated at the bottom of the shaft. The piles can therefore securely support structures such as houses, patios, garden sheds, fences and much more. The piles can be used to support new or existent structures.

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Other applications for piles

From clotheslines to cottage foundations, screw piles can be used for an ever increasing number of things! Screw piles can be used to support all sorts of structures: car ports, terraces, houses, cottages, house extensions, solariums, lamp posts, clotheslines, and much more.