Perma-Jack Company Franchise for Sale

Perma-Jack Company Description

Due to the normal movement, settlement, expansion and contraction of the supporting soil, buildings and their foundations may be disrupted and cause cracks or settlement in the structures. The solution is the Perma-Jack System, which provides correction to qualified settlement problems. Perma-Jack is a frictionless steel pier system used to stabilize the foundations of settling structures, such as houses or buildings and some porches. Steel piers are driven to bedrock, or equal load bearing strata, providing unvarying support, unlike many other piers and anchoring systems. Perma-Jack Company introduced the first remedial steel pier stabilization system available. The system was invented in 1974 and patented (U.S. patent No. 3,902,326, September 2, 1975) by George Langenbach, the founder of Perma-Jack Co., and has remained a privately owned business over the last 34 years. The Perma-Jack System has provided a dependable, quality, lowimpact solution for foundation stabilization.

Contact Information

9066 Watson Rd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63126-
United States

Other Information

Total Units:  38
Financing:
Third Party
Training:
Yes

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