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If you’re searching for helical piles, Mascore is your best choice. We support a diverse client base in Connecticut, from landscapers and deck builders to large-scale construction companies, offering both standard and custom helical piles to meet your specific requirements.
Since 2015, our experience in residential, commercial, and industrial helical pile foundation installation, underpinning, and repairs has led us to work with a wide range of customers from DIYers to Fortune 500 companies. Our knowledge of geotechnical engineering and soil conditions gives us the tools we need to provide you with the expertise you can build on.
Established in 2015, Mascore has become a frontrunner in the residential, commercial, and industrial helical pile foundation industry. Our proficiency in installation, underpinning, and repairs has enabled us to serve a diverse array of clients in Connecticut, including deck contractors and Fortune 500 companies. Our expertise in geotechnical engineering and soil assessment allows us to deliver the solid foundation you need for your projects.
Screw piles and helical anchors stand out from other foundation and anchoring systems because they offer a significant advantage: immediate loading capacity after installation. This eliminates the waiting period for materials like concrete or grout to set and harden.
Helical piles, also known as helical piers, helical anchors, or posts, are screw-in piles designed for constructing deep foundation systems and ground anchoring systems. A helical pile consists of a central shaft (circular or square) and one or more helix plates. These helix plates are press-formed with a specific pitch to resemble a screw and are welded to the shaft. Helical piles come in various sizes and configurations to accommodate different loading and logistical demands. The size and configuration of a helical pile depend on factors such as design load, soil conditions, soil corrosiveness, and the structure's service life.
The load is transferred from the shaft to the helix plate(s) as the helical pile is driven below grade into the sturdiest soil conditions. A high-torque/low-speed hydraulic drive motor, which can be attached to diverse types of equipment like excavators and skid steers, "screws" the helical pile into the ground. Helical piles are not impacted by high water tables or caving soil conditions.
Mascore Helical Piles provide durable, long-lasting foundations for a broad range of applications. Save both time and money by integrating helical piles into your upcoming project's foundation design.
If you're a deck builder, helical piles are the best option for fast, consistent performance in any soil condition.
There's no avoiding the need for a solid foundation, whether you're installing a prefabricated or custom-built shed. However, if you're tired of making a mess in your clients' backyards — helical piles are the solution.
Building on unstable ground can cause all sorts of problems down the road, including foundation issues and cracks in the walls or floors. Helical screw piles are an ideal solution for homes near lakes, rivers, or any area with soft soil.
Helical piles are a proven solution for repairing or stabilizing a home's foundation. With equipment engineered to measure soil resistance, piles are drilled until suitable load-bearing torque is reached.
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