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DRIVEN PILES

Reliable Foundation Repair Solutions

Ram Jack’s driven pile system is used to provide foundation support for various types of structures. Our driven pile is a steel shaft made from 100% American made steel. Each driven pile is thrust deep into the soil using powerful hydraulics to reach load-bearing strata. The number of piles and the depth of each pile is a crucial aspect of any foundation repair. Many foundation repair contractors do not install the correct number of piles or drive piles deep enough to provide a long-lasting repair.

Beware! Improper pile placement and pile depth can leave your home vulnerable to future settlement and recurring damage. Our Ram Jack technicians and consultants are trained to evaluate, diagnose, and install our driven pile system to stop damaging settlement permanently.

Corrosion-Resistant & Environmentally Friendly

Our piles are manufactured from American-mined, high-strength carbon steel and are coated with an eco-friendly polyethylene copolymer-based thermoplastic powder coating for corrosion protection. This process provides long-lasting protection without leaching dangerous chemicals into the soil. We back it with a transferrable life of structure warranty.

Driven piles can be used for:

  • Residential foundation repair

  • Commercial foundation repair

  • Other remedial projects

Minimal Landscape Disturbance, Quick Install Time, Patented Ram Jack System, Environmentally Friendly
Minimal Landscape Disturbance, Quick Install Time, Patented Ram Jack System, Environmentally Friendly

Featured Case Studies

Specially Developed Foundation Repairs Commercial

Helical Piles Installed in Confined Space

Plans for Houston Country Club's main building--a two-story structure that contains the dining room, restrooms, kitchen, locker rooms and meeting room--renovation and roof replacement hit a snag, but with the help of Fortified Engineering and Ram Jack...

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Tailor-Made for Your Project Residential

Basement Wall Recovery

From 1920-1960, basements were standard in most homes in Reno, Nevada. Not only did they provide ample storage for dry goods, food, and coal, but they also added a layer of protection for structures built on the highly expansive soils.

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