We've adapted our rigs to auger pile up to 300mm piles to the depth of 20m. They're ideal for easily maneuvering around site and can self-level.
Our smaller drills are ideal for working in restricted areas or where headroom might be tight.
To find out more about mini piling read on or get a free quote.
Piling is a specialist way of strengthening a building's foundations. Of course there are various ways to do this but piling is one of the most successful and reliable. Piles are long poles usually made of concrete or steel, they work by bypassing weak surface soil that can't support a building's weight. The piles transfer this weight into the stable rock or soil below instead.
Piling is not just used for new building projects, but is also a first-rate option for underpinning existing buildings where subsidence is an issue. Or adding an extension or basement to your home.
Normally, piles are placed into the ground by either driving them in directly or drilled, also known as 'augured'.
In mini piling we use a narrower steel pole that's drilled into the ground. Despite the poles being thinner and lighter they are exceptionally strong, meaning they can still support a building's weight.
Because the equipment we use for mini piling is much smaller, it's perfect for jobs where space and headroom is limited like a basement. In addition it's a better option for built up areas as the noise and vibration could otherwise be problem.
If you're interested in getting a quote for your mini piling project please get in touch.