Commercial Piering Contractor KC Metro

Commercial Piering Contractor Kansas City

King Piers LLC specializes in FOUNDATION PIERING on Commercial Buildings and Warehouses. The King Pier System is a very strong pier consisting of approximately 4 Cubic Yards of High Strength Concrete fully encasing around 300 pounds of steel. I have studied the other FOUNDATION PIERING systems and am confident that the King Pier will outlast and out stabilize a very heavy Structure Permanently, barring an Act of God such as an EARTHQUAKE!  No Foundation System ever designed is strong enough to overpower Mother Nature.

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The DROUGHT in 2012 caused a lot of problems to FOUNDATION Walls. There are basically 3 kinds of foundation walls. 1) Concrete Foundation Walls 2) Cinder Block Foundation Walls 3) STONE Foundation Walls. The foundation wall that has NO FOOTING is the Stone Foundation Wall. The King Pier System works very well on all 3 FOUNDATION WALLS.  I have studied in detail all of the other types of Foundation Piering Systems out there being sold to businesses and homeowners all over the world. The INNOVATION of the KING PIER FOUNDATION PIERING SYSTEM is SAVING Businesses and Homeowners 30% to 50% in comparison to the other Foundation Piering Systems. The 1 very important detail concerning the King Pier System is that it is yet to FAIL after being installed. My design of the King Pier System is based on the fact that the best base for any heavy structure contains 2 ingredients:  Concrete and Steel.  Think about this, why would every building in every major city in the United States and abroad be setting on Footing made of High Strength Concrete and Steel.

The King Pier and Load Bearing Steel Plates are all Manufactured in Kansas City, Missouri. King Piers LLC is also a “GREEN” Contractor! Are you interested in knowing what qualifies a company to call itself a “GREEN COMPANY“?

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