No Rot. No Rust. No Problem.
Pearson Pilings - Driven to Last

Why Are Pearson Fiberglass Pilings Preferred
Over Wood, Steel or Concrete Pilings?

 

Wood, Steel, Concrete and Fiberglass Composite Piling Comparison

Fiberglass Piling Features

  • Fiberglass composite pilings are stronger than wood or steel.
  • 100% corrosion resistant & impervious to rot
  • 100% resistant to insect, borer, and marine growth attack
  • Consistent weight, diameter, and straightness
  • Available in one piece lengths up to 75 feet
  • 8", 10", 12", 14" and 16" diameters
  • 1/3 the weight of comparable wood and 1/4 the weight of steel
  • No coatings or preservatives required
  • The outer layer is a toughened acrylic paint system for Ultra Violet radiation protection
  • Can be drilled, cut, and fastened similar to wood
  • Available in two colors - brown or light gray

 

Fiberglass Piling Benefits

  • Fiberglass pilings will never rot, rust, crumble or develop splinters
  • Hollow design allows installation over old, existing pilings, greatly reducing cost of demolition
  • Long lasting durability eliminates replacement and maintenance costs
  • Superior strength better resists forces of mother nature and high impacts from man made objects
  • Consistent, attractive appearance
  • Environmentally friendly – no preservatives to leach into the soil or water
  • Lightweight makes for easier installation and transportation
  • Easily drilled, cut and fastened
  • Increases value of waterfront properties
  • Friction piling design increases resistance in a variety of soil conditions to prevent shifting or movement in flood surge conditions

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