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Do you need more living space, but find the cost of moving prohibitive? If you have a cellar that’s only being used to store rubbish instead of get rid of it, there may be potential to use that space for an extra bedroom, a leisure...

Perhaps you’re considering having you house, or some other building, underpinned, and wondering how much it will underpinning cost. The only simple answer, of course, is that it depends — which is why underpinning firms never give a price list on their websites. There are...

The usual reason for needing underpinning a house is subsidence, but the signs aren’t normally as obvious as huge holes appearing in the ground. The evidence for subsidence requires more attention to spot. What Is Subsidence? There are many reasons for subsidence, but essentially it’s when the...

When a new building is constructed, if the builder and architect know what they're doing, the foundations will be secure enough to support the structure. With some older buildings, though, either the original foundations were inadequate or, more often, the ground itself has changed in...

Piling is a highly specialist field, and it's easy for a customer to feel overwhelmed when faced with the choice of companies. Is there really any way of to decide other than to pick the top result on Google? Fortunately there is, but you have...

Piling isn't a new technique for foundations, but it's traditionally been used for large buildings where they support an unusually heavy load. Since the 1980s, though, the construction industry has come use it for everything from domestic conservatories to off-shore wind farms. Learn more on...

Want to know what kind of machinery we use or what type of piling work is best for you? We're pleased to announce that we now have a new enquiries form on our website that makes it even easier for you to get in touch with...

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