CHANCE® The Certified Helical Pile™

CHANCE helical piles are backed by strong, technical expertise and the largest distribution network in North America. This is the one place you'll find both quality product and local inventory and support.


With more ICC-ES certification reports than any helical pile brand, you can trust CHANCE® helical piles to be independently tested to perform as promised. Discover the CHANCE engineering product ratings and best practices in our Technical Design Manual. 


The certification and training of our installers is just as important to us as the product we supply. Our certified contractors are up-to-date on the latest product improvements, safety practices and installation techniques.


HeliCAP® Helical Capacity Design Software Version 3.0 is a cloud-based software that helps you solve your tension and compression project requirements with helical piles. It performs powerful calculations on your site soil parameters to help you design and build better and faster.

CHANCE® The Certified Helical Pile™

Learn more about the most trusted helical brand in the market - directly from our customers.


“Overall the client was very satisfied. They originally planned to last 2.5 months installing concrete piles and in the end only needed 15 days. Thanks to this system of piles, we saved a lot of time and money for the clients. All this with a safe design, that was approved and verified on-site with a load test.”

William Gamboa, Structural Engineer for the Archivo Nacional in Zapote, San José, Costa Rica project


“This product was successful due to the fact that they had a very short window of time. We were able to get in and out in less than one week. Also, and this may have been the most important issue, they needed the system to be installed with only a maximum clearance of 6” from the outside of the existing building and we were able to accomplish that."

Kevin Lakey, Senior Field Consultant with Kansas City Master Companies, Market Lofts Shoring project


“(The density) was enough to almost max out the SS225 material which is why we had to go with the larger material to get through that layer and the soft layer below, reaching the 75 ft. depth. There wouldn’t have been another way to penetrate that dense layer.”

Mason Frascona, with Mason Grady Foundations, YMCA Pool project



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