Pile foundations are a type of deep foundation - its columnar elements are long and slender and usually made from steel, reinforced concrete, or timber. A foundation is also considered 'piled' when the depth is three times or more than its breadth. If you are building large structures or building any type of structure where the soil is not suitable for excessive settlement, it is best to use pile foundations.
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Piling costs range from $20 to $60 per linear foot of the pile. Overall, including labour, equipment and other materials, the piling cost can rack up to thousands of dollars. Although, when looking to use steel, you might save money for steel piles that cost 25% to 35% less than prestressed concrete piles. However, always choose the pile material that is appropriate for your project, soil conditions and other factors. It is always recommended to hire a structural engineer's help when choosing and installing pile foundations.
Below are the costs per linear foot for each pile material:
At iSeekplant, it is very easy to find piling services in South Hedland! Just use our get a quote tool to quickly find a piling company near you. If you can't find anyone suitable in your location, try viewing our available piling companies in Port Hedland or Karratha. Our suppliers also provide several related services you might be interested in, such as Screw Piles, Sheet Piling and Bored Piers.
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