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Earthquake Damage Helpful Information

Earthquake Damage Information – How to Detect, Diagnose, & Evaluate Earthquake Damage Damaged Foundations, Structures, Chimneys, Mechanical Systems due to earthquake damage? Contact us today

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Basement Wall Failures Causes

Read this post to understand basement wall failures and how the King Piers Methodology can help!   Cracked and bowed or bulging basement walls are

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The King Pier Guarantee

The King Pier Guarantee The King Piers team of foundation specialists will travel anywhere in the USA to save a sinking building, structure or home

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Footing failure project

Footing failure project Office 816-427-7097 FREE ESTIMATES! www.kingpiers.com www.kingpiers.com Biggest & Strongest Foundation Piering System www.kingpiers.com Commercial Foundation Piers Kansas City The King Piers LLC

Leaning Foundation Wall Leawood, KS

Leaning Foundation Wall Leawood, KS This home in Leawood, Kansas had the east side wall leaning inward 3.5 inches. The King Piers Team tackled this

Foundation Piers in Kansas City

Foundation Piers Kansas City www.kingpiers.com Today, the King Pier Team will be straightening a Cinder Block Foundation wall and installing 4 – 4″ H-Beams along

Foundation Analysis and Design Information

Foundation Analysis and Design I feel that King Piers is the BEST, therefore I source information from the best to steer our methodology.  Please see

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Customer Give King Piers Some Love

Customer Testimonials give Praise-check out this post to hear it from our customers. NO neeed to speak on behalf of them, hear it from them.

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Fully Encased Concrete Piers

Fully Encased Concrete Piers King Piers LLC www.kingpiers.com 816-521-8915 FREE ESTIMATES! Senior Citizen & USA Military Veteran Discounts! The King Pier Team just finished up

Commercial Foundation Piering Expert

Commercial Foundation Piering Expert This is a BEFORE picture of a warehouse concrete wall column that was leaning out 3.5″ from its correct vertical level

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