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iSeekplant is Australia’s largest online directory for industrial services and construction equipment. We have a nationwide network of suppliers, including bored piers, sheet piling, piling, screw piles, piling contractors and foundation piling in every major city and town across the country. Save time and money by comparing quotes and companies all in one place.

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1. What are bored piers?

Bored piers are concrete structures used to build strong foundations for a building. These are large in diameter, ranging from 2 to 30 feet. Builders use bored piers for construction on grounds with good quality soil. These include lands with low water tables or cohesive soil conditions.

First, the workers will extract a soil column or drill a hole. Once they have ascertained the soil quality, they will start installing the bored pier. If the ground has wet or poor-quality soil, piers cannot be used for foundations, as the drilled holes will collapse. In such cases, professionals prefer steel piles.

 

2. What are bored piers used for?

Concrete bored piers are used for creating strong foundations of buildings. They are stable and make for sturdy support systems for large structures. You will see the use of bored piers in docks, single-storey buildings, as well as skyscrapers.

Apart from that, concrete bored piers are also adopted to create sold piles that professionals often use for retaining walls. If the foundation of a structure needs support, builders use these piers for repairing and fixing purposes.

Apart from sturdy foundations, why concrete bored piers are beneficial is because they are noise-friendly. These structures use minimum vibration for installation, thus proving to be good for compact areas surrounded by other buildings.

 

3. What is the difference between piles and piers?

While choosing construction materials, getting confused between piles and piers is natural. The main differentiating factor between piles and piers is the material and size. While both of these structures are used as foundations, the piles can be of varying materials and types.

Piles are made from steel, wood, concrete, etc., while piers mainly feature concrete material. Apart from this, the diameter of piles can range from 2 inches to over 30 feet. However, piers always have a large diameter. It starts from 2 feet and can go above 30 feet in diameter.

 

4. How deep should concrete piers be?

The depth of installing concrete bored piers depends on factors such as soil type, building, and frostline. Though the maximum depth can vary in different situations, the average depth of concrete bored piers is 1.5-4.5 meters.

Concrete piers are not preferable for soil with high water levels. Additionally, in regions with low temperatures, the water in the soil may freeze and ruin the pier. That is why bored piers need to be placed below the frostline. Also, if the building is small, the bored pier should not be as deep as it would be with a higher structure.

 

5. Where are iSeekplant’s bored pier contractors located?

iSeekplant has a nationwide network of bored pier companies operating in all Australian capital cities from Brisbane to Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne to Darwin, Perth and Adelaide. We also offer bored pier solutions in all major towns and cities from Cairns down to Townsville, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Newcastle and Geelong.

 

6. How to find a bored pier contractor through iSeekplant?

iSeekplant offers you the most up-to-date directory of the best bored pier companies in your area. We have suppliers all across Australia, so you’re bound to find a suitable bored pier contractor near you. To find what you’re looking for, simply do a search on our website or if you’re looking for a more direct approach, contact our project team on 1300 691 912 or email projects@iseekplant.com.au and detail your specific needs, and we’ll have suppliers contacting you within hours if not minutes!

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