New England Area New Construction Foundation Support

Helical piers are the newest trend to hit the residential construction industry. When placed in stable soil below active soil, these piers keep your new construction secure for many years to come. Helical piers involve no concrete so gone are the days of waiting for the concrete truck and lost time and money.

Your home is your most valuable investment, don’t let fixable foundation problems threaten that investment. Contact Atlas of New England today to discuss your foundation repair solutions.

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Foundation Support Using Helical Piers

Helical piers in New England are used to support existing structures as well as to provide support for new construction. In compression they are used as footers and in tension they may be used to support retaining or foundation walls. Helical piers are essentially a large screw that is drilled into the earth to a specified depth by using a hydraulic motor on the back of a backhoe or skid steer. It’s a fast and easy way to install a foundation system. For all your helical piers Massachusetts needs, count on Atlas Systems of N.E.

Helical Piles

A helical pile is a deep foundation support system used to support or resists any load or application in either compression (down), tension (up) or lateral (side). The helical pier is comprised of three elements. The pile is installed applying a torsion force to the pier via a hydraulic motor. The torque applied during installation when applied to an empirical conversion factor typically indicates ultimate capacity.

Starter Section

Comprising of at least one bearing plate to transfer the loads to the bearing stratum from the surface.


Comprising of a steel central shaft transmitting the torque to the bearing stratum.


Comprising of interface between the structure and the helical pier.

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New Construction Piers

Advantages of Helical Piles for New Construction include:

  • Vibration free installation
  • No spoils
  • Very rapid mobilizations
  • Quick rate of installation
  • Predictable load capacities
  • Field verified quality assurance with torque testing
  • Low overhead requirements

Start Your Project With A Solid Foundation

Contact Atlas Systems of New England today for superior results at competitive prices.