Answering Frequently Asked Questions About Piling
Piling is extremely important when it comes to making sure a property is constructed properly. Piling acts as the legs for your property and gives it structure and strength, transferring the weight of the building to the ground below safely. If piling is not done correctly, then your property could face issues with cracking or warping due to movement in the soil, known as subsidence. Here at Rhino Piling we understand that everyone wants to know at least the basics of the work that is done when piling construction is taking place, this is why today we will be covering a few of the most asked questions we get about piling.
Do I Really Need an On-Site Visit?
In short, yes. On site visits are a necessity especially here at Rhino Piling as we take the safety of our customers and employees extremely seriously. Therefore, we conduct a full site assessment before work starts to take place so we can assess the piling requirements for the job. We also do this to make sure our contractors can take into account the individual needs for your job, to give you the best possible experience.
How Long Will My Job Take?
Every piling job is different so with that said it is difficult to give an exact time stamp on how long a job can take. This is because there are many different aspects that we have to take into consideration in order to give you a high-quality service and get a time frame for the job. That is why here at Rhino Piling we don’t make our clients false promises on how long a job may take and give them an estimated job length after we have conducted our all-important on – site inspection.
How Do I Know Which Piling I Need?
The best way to find out the type of piling you will need for your property is by directly getting in contact with a piling company. The internet is filled with lots of information that can be confusing and easily misinterpreted, by talking to professionals you will get the correct answer.