What Is A Tieback Anchor?
A tieback anchor or helical tieback anchor is a small grouted anchor composed of a steel shaft and round helix plates. The primary use for tieback anchors is to reinforce foundation and retaining walls for lateral stability. When the tieback anchor is properly installed it will pull a bowing wall into its correct position and help prevent any future shifting or bowing.
The success of helical tieback anchors is based on decades of use of similar anchors by electric utilities. They are installed with rotary drilling equipment, where the anchor is rotated into the ground, similar to a screw into wood. The other end of the tieback is secured into the wall. This helps keep the wall from bowing or leaning.
Helical Tieback Anchor Applications
Using helical tieback anchors is an ideal choice for applications, such as:
- Basement walls
- Retaining walls
- Temporary wall support
- Tilt-up construction
What Advantages Do Helical Tieback Anchors Offer?
Using proven methods from decades of similar anchors, helical tieback anchors offer a wide variety of advantages, such as:
- Testable load capacity
- Can be installed into tight spaces
- Clean installation process
- Minimizes labor costs
- Predictable capacity
- Can be installed in any weather
- And more!
If you are experiencing bowing or leaning walls, EagleLIFT offers helical tieback anchors for your ideal solution in California, Nevada, and Arizona.
Industries that can benefit from helical tieback anchors include both residential and commercial buildings, as well as transportation and port industries.
As a premier contractor of helical tieback anchors in California, Arizona, and Nevada, EagleLIFT uses helical piles with polymer injection to provide substantial anchoring for building foundations. With over 20 years of expertise in providing customers with reliable, high-quality residential and commercial tieback installation services, we are your ideal choice.
We leave each of our customers with peace of mind in knowing that our helical tieback anchors will leave your walls and foundation with the stability required for the utmost safety.
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