2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #49[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story ]
Patented Post Frame Building Brackets“No wood post should ever be set in the ground. Our Concrete Pier System is much stronger and very easy to use,” says Jack Cutforth, inventor of the professionally-engineered brackets. “It’s the best way to put up a post frame building.”
The unique system allows you to pour concrete instead of setting wood in the ground. You simply fill the post hole with concrete and set the bracket into it.
Concrete Pier System has expanded its line of brackets for post frame buildings with up to 24-ft. sidewall height. “One of our customers with a 60 by 96-ft. building with 16-ft. tall sidewalls, recently went through an F2 tornado with 120 mph winds. The building came through structurally unscathed,” notes Cutforth.
For more information, call: Concrete Pier System, LLC @ 573 473-0063.
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