Oil and gas anchors offer significant cost savings in material, installation and transportation. This also allows for a great deal of flexibility available for special situations, making helical piles an excellent choice for installation at sites that are in remote locations or otherwise have limited access. Even in situations that involve issues like minimal headroom or congested entrances.
This flexibility means that the work footprint can be reduced, which in turn means that installing helical piles also involves limited site disturbance. No soil cuttings are needed, which both keeps the site clean and reduces project costs. Helical piles also produce fewer vibrations than pile-driving does, and create less noise. This means that they are a great choice for situations where existing structures should remain undisturbed.