Slab Piers System

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The solution for settled, uneven concrete floors or a failing concrete slab is just a phone call away. The Grip-Tite® Slab Pier System levels and stabilizes concrete floors.

The Grip-Tite® Slab Pier System utilizes high strength tube steel to extend support of the slab to below the "active" soils. A reinforced concrete bulb is then created at each pier location beneath the slab to provide uniform bearing support and to effectively transfer the load from the slab, to the top of the pier, and to the deeper competent soils.

With the Grip-Tite® Slab Pier System, heavy duty steel brackets are attached to the failed slab and steel piers driven beneath to stable soil strata. Utilizing hydraulic equipment, the concrete slab is lifted to the appropriate level, stabilized and the bracket is removed.

The cost-effective Grip-Tite,® Slab Pier System does not require heavy equipment and is installed year-round even in areas with limited or tight access.

  • Bracket

  • Tubes

    Our Slab Pier tube are manufactured from high strength/low alloy hot rolled steel. Push Pier structural tubes are offered in 3" diameter. Grip-Tite offers these tubes in two thicknesses; our Standard Duty is 0.12" and our Heavy Duty is 0.188".


  • Floor slabs can be leveled and stabilized without the mess and inconvenience of replacement
  • Installation does not require the use of heavy equipment
  • Can be installed in areas of limited access
  • Can be installed year-round
  • Cost effective
  • Available with hot-dipped galvanized coating for added corrosion resistance


  • Pier Tube
    3.0-inch Outside Diameter (O.D.) x 0.120-inch wall tube steel, ultimate tensile strength = 80,000 psi (min.), yield tensile strength = 70,000 psi (min.)

  • Capacity
    Pier tubes are generally driven to pressures ranging from 500 psi to 1,500 psi (approximately 5,000 pounds to 15,000 pounds), depending upon concrete thickness, reinforcing, location of interior walls, overall slab condition, etc.