Steel Vs ConcreteSteel piers can withstand 50,000 PSI of end pressure while concrete piers are rated for 5,000 PSI. Steel piers are smooth and have the lowest skin friction while concrete piers are porous, causing more skin friction and keeping the pier from achieving the depth to support the house over time. We Go To BedrockWith a steel pier system we build up friction at a lower rate which allows us to drive our pipe down to as far as 80 feet in some parts of the DFW area. Most concrete piers can only travel 6-8 feet due to the clay content in North Texas which will not support the weight of the house for a long period of time. We achieve bed rock or load bearing strata every time. Unlimited Lifetime Transferable WarrantyWe offer a Free Unlimited Lifetime transferrable warranty. We do not charge a transfer fee, and we do not have a time limit on transfers like many companies do. We simply put the best product under your house and stand behind that with the best warranty.