When you are looking for foundation piles that will limit the settlement of a structure they support, bored piers are a good option. Bored pier installation involves minimal noise and vibration, unlike the driven pile techniques. To make this possible, bored pier contractors have specialised equipment and expertise in installing bored piers for a broad range of sites conditions including soil, rock, and other groundwater conditions.
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Pier and pile foundations are two types of deep foundation that often get confused. See the list of their differences below:
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