Restoring Your Peace Of Mind

Foundation repair problems can be one of the most unsettling experiences a homeowner may ever have to endure. Unfortunately, many times the repair process can be equally unsettling.

Active Concrete Ltd. is a group of innovative professionals who share a passion for foundation repair. It is this passion that drives us to make your foundation repair experience as pleasant as possible while restoring your peace of mind.

Other foundation repair systems use outdated technology that is prone to failure.

Our interlocking structural pier supports the foundation from directly below the footing and is far superior to other methods on the market.

Protect your investment – Foundation Repair

Chances are, your home is one of the largest financial investments you will ever make. If your home is experiencing cracks in the brick, sheetrock, or basement walls, if your windows or doors stick, if your basement walls are bowing or leaking, then your investment may be at risk.

Trust your home to qualified experts with the knowledge and experience to restore your foundation to better than new. We stand behind our professionally engineered, DynaPier™ system assuring that your home, as well as your investment, rests on a solid
foundation.

Our Unique DynaPier™ System

 

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The DynaPier™ system has been engineered to be the best foundation lifting system – pier alternative on the market.

It is designed to be the strongest foundation pier in the industry by combining galvanized steel and high strength concrete.

It is installed centrally beneath the footing rather than outside of the footing, thus transferring the structural load directly on top of the foundation pier.

Our DynaPier™ will achieve the greatest depth while installed in a position to provide the greatest support.

No other foundation repair company or pier system can make these claims.

Our interlocking, DynaPier™ segments are comprised of high strength concrete that is pre-cast in a steel sleeve which resists corrosion, providing superior shear strength and compressive resistance as proven by independent testing labs.

The outer casing is filled with a concrete core and cured for maximum hardness.

The DynaPier™ segments are hydraulically driven into the ground one at a time.

After one DynaPier™ segment is driven, another segment is connected to the foundation pier, and the process is repeated until the foundation pier hits bedrock or dense strata of subsurface material.

The foundation pier is then topped with a galvanized steel cap, and finally, the house is lifted and secured to the foundation pier.

  • Pier is centrally and directly beneath the Load/Footing and Foundation
  • No loose shimmed components that can allow for slippage
  • ALL parts are connected to form a monolithic unit.

The result is a foundation that far exceeds the home’s original structural integrity, making your foundation better than new.

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A competitor’s failed “screw system” (left) next to
the proven DynaPier™ stacking pier (right).

What the experts say about the DynaPier™


December 7, 2007
Mr. Mead Price
Pier Magic, LLC
4220 Main St
Grandview, MO 64030

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

I have evaluated this firm’s pier installation materials and method and observed its use in raising a house foundation.
Because its design incorporates concentric loading of the pier during installation and support of the foundation and is filled with a concrete mix that tests in excess of 3500 p.s.i., it has the capacity to punch through rock floaters to the solid bearing without being turned away from the vertical position.

This is not the case with the conventional eccentrically loaded pier, and as a result, they fail from buckling and turning by floaters as they are driven to a solid bearing.

HOW IT IS DONE?

1. The process is begun by digging a 3’ x 3’ hole to access the bottom of the footing/beam. This may be achieved from inside or outside of the structure. 28” of working room below the footing/ beam is required.

2. The segments are carried to the pier location in order to start the installation process.

3. The process is begun by digging a 3’ x 3’ hole to access the bottom of the footing/beam. This may be achieved from inside or outside of the structure. 28” of working room below the footing/ beam is required.

4. The segments are installed using a hydraulic pump.

5. The patented segments interlock to each other. Due to the patented process, the concentric load is transferred from concrete to concrete.

6.The segments are driven into the ground one at a time. The process is repeated until bedrock or load bearing strata is reached.
Since the segments are driven directly under the footing, the foundation is not jeopardized or damaged by bolting into or cutting the footer.

7. The segments are installed using a hydraulic pump.

8. The patented segments interlock to each other. Due to the patented process, the concentric load is transferred from concrete to concrete.

9. We drive the segments into the ground one at a time. We repeat this process until bedrock or load bearing strata is reached.
Since the segments are driven directly under the footing, the foundation is not jeopardized or damaged by bolting into or cutting the footer.