FEMA spent the month of September educating and promoting preparedness for a variety of natural disasters, including hurricanes and flooding, both of which often greatly impact the Northeast United States every year. FEMA’s Wednesday PrepareAthon! came just in time!
During this Nor’easter and impending hurricane, all of us at DANBRO Distributors are wishing everyone the best!
We’ve been long touting the cost-effective use of helical piles for structural elevation and storm recovery. And we stand by that. It’s easy to when the small, segmented steel helical piles can be installed under a lifted home with little headroom and no vibration, saving homeowners time and a significant amount of money that would have been needed to move the home to drive timber piles. Then there’s the money homeowners will save in flood insurance for elevating to the correct height – and the money they will save when their house and foundation are protected from future storms. Helical piles can and will save money, but that doesn’t address one of our most frequently asked questions: how much do helical piles cost?
DANBRO is thrilled to announce several new upcoming webinars debuting this month! This will be a convenient way for you to learn more about helical piles and helical piles for Sandy recovery, all from the comfort of your desk or home!
Walter on a helical pile underpinning job back in the day.
Jeannette and I were contentedly moving through life in early January. We had just enjoyed a very nice Christmas. We put the tree up and decorated it with 800 lights and 500 ornaments the week before Christmas and leave it up until about mid-January. On January 10, we went to Connecticut and Jeannette saw her first great-grand child for the first time. It was a wonderful day!