EXPERT
SCREW PILE
INSTALLATION
IN EDMONTON

20+ YEARS EXPERIENCE • GUARANTEED WORK

Quick turnaround

Most projects can be completed within a day or two, and the installation only takes a couple hours.

25 year guarantee

We guarantee that you won’t have any issues with your screw piles for at least 25 years, but we're confident that they'll last much longer than that (75-100 years+).

Free estimates

We’re happy to talk to you about your project and needs, and put together a no obligation estimate that works for you.

About us

We focus on residential and light commercial screw pile installations in Edmonton & area. We have been in the construction industry for over 20 years, and have consistently provided our clients with outstanding service. We treat all projects the same — big or small, and we’re always eager to answer any questions that you might have.

Do you guarantee your work? 

Yes. We guarantee that you won’t have any issues with screw piles we install for at least 25 years — even though we are confident that they will last much longer than that.

What are the steps to getting my screw piles installed?

  1. Call us or submit our quote request form to get the ball rolling. Tell us as much as you can about your project.
  2. We’ll contact you to discuss details and then provide a quote and an approximate time frame for completion.
  3. If you haven’t already, please make sure you get your utilities located. Utilities must be located and marked within 30 days prior to installation. To request that buried utilities on your property be located and marked, submit a ClickBeforeYouDig request online or call 1-800-242-3447.
  4. We’ll see you on the day of your install and collect the remainder of your payment upon completion.

 

How soon can you start my project? How long does it take?

If your utilities are already located we can get your project done within a couple of days. Installation doesn’t take that long and can typically be done within an hour or two.

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About screw piles

What are screw piles? How do they work?

Screw piles are a versatile, permanent type of foundation that can be installed quickly, with relatively low cost and disturbance. They are constructed from a high strength steel shaft with helices (similar to screw threads) welded on.

Screw piles are wound into the ground much like a screw is wound into wood. They can be installed using various earth moving machines (we use a skid steer) fitted with a rotary hydraulic attachment.

Once installed, screw piles can provide a permanent foundation for all sorts of projects, including decks, sheds, hot tub pads, concrete pads, and more!

How much do screw piles cost?

Screw piles are an affordable solution to all of your foundation needs. Exact pricing is determined by a number of factors such as the type of soil, what type of structure is being supported, how deep we need to go to reach desired torque, as well as the location of the project and how many piles you need.

Here’s a rough idea of pricing on a typical project:

  • 10+ piles+: $195 each
  • 4-9 piles: $200 each
  • 2-3 piles: $250 each
  • 1 pile: $350

How many screw piles do I need?

The number of screw piles needed would depend on the purpose of the project and the specs required for that project within the Alberta Building Code. A 10×10 deck, for example, would require 2 screw piles.

How deep do they need to go?

The depth of the screw pile would go a minimum of 10’. We may have to use an extension to go deeper to reach the desired torque.

How long do screw piles last? Do they require any maintenance?

The lifespan of a screw pile depends on the type of soil where the screw pile is installed and its chemical properties (pH, Humidity, etc.). Under normal use in average soil you can expect about 75 to 100 years or more. They do not require any maintenance.

Can screw piles be removed?

Screw piles can be removed, but once you remove them we do not recommend installing them again in the exact same location because there may be a void in the ground where the screw pile was located which could cause the screw pile to sink in the future.

Can I install screw piles by myself?

Installing screw piles requires specialized equipment and training.