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iSeekplant is the largest online directory of construction equipment and industrial service suppliers in Australia. Our platform allows you to find a qualified professional for your project with a simple search. Compare suppliers and find the best rates to save you time and money in the long-run. We have suppliers in every category you can imagine, including sheet piling, piling, screw piles, bored piers, piling contractors and foundation piling. Do a search today and find a suitable contractor near you!

Sheet Piling FAQs

Here's some tips & frequently asked questions on how to find the right sheet piling company for your job

1. What is sheet piling in construction?

Sheet piling refers to the installation of sections of a sheet made of wood, steel, concrete, etc. These sheets are interlocked and installed to form retaining walls and other support systems. Sheet piling cost varies according to the type of sheet used, which further depends on the construction purpose and soil quality.

 

2. How is sheet piling installed?

The step-by-step process of sheet piling installation begins with positioning the sheet according to the correct order. The first section then needs to be driven into the ground at the required depth. For this step, engineers may use vibratory or impact hammers or hydraulics. The second sheet will then be hammered in place, ensuring it is interlocked with the first piece already installed. From here, the process is continued to construct the entire wall.

 

3. How long does sheet piling last?

When it comes to the lifespan of sheet piling, vinyl sheets last the longest. Because sheet piles are designed to be highly resistant to corrosion, UV rays and marine bores, they can last for over 50 years. Additionally, vinyl sheet piling does not fade like wood, steel, and other materials.

 

4. What are the different types of sheet piles?

Choosing the correct type of sheet pile is essential for the success of your project. The material you choose affects the overall sheet piling cost as well as its durability.

  • Steel: Steel sheet piles are one of the most common types of piles but are also among the most expensive. Steel sheet piles are formed by joining the female joint with the male one. This type of pile offers unparalleled strength, durability, as well as a wide range of options. However, they fall prey to corrosion quite easily.
  • Precast Concrete: Precast concrete sheet piles are constructed with the help of a reinforced steel panel. Though the precast concrete sheets may provide benefits in terms of stiffness, stability, and strength, they require high maintenance. These sheets can be damaged while transporting or even during installation.
  • Aluminium: Aluminium sheet piles are similar to steel ones in terms of resistance. However, along with providing tensile strength, aluminium sheet piles are highly flexible. Additionally, these piles are also resistant to corrosion - that is why these sheets may be preferable to steel ones in marine areas.
  • Timber: Timber sheet piles are constructed by joining multiple planks of timber. The wood-constructed sheet piles are rarely used in heavy construction works. The most common use of these sheets is in shallow installations where the soil quality is good. They may get ruined if used on grounds with high water tables.
  • Vinyl: Vinyls are steel sheet piles that are refined and treated with synthetic materials. Though they are not stronger than steel ones, these sheet piles show higher corrosion resistance.
 

5. Where are iSeekplant’s sheet piling contractors located?

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

 

6. How to use iSeekplant to find a sheet piling contractor?

iSeekplant makes it easy to compare sheet piling companies and find the best contractor for the job! Just do a simple search on our website, and we’ll find the closest sheet piling contractors to you. If you’d like to get multiple quotes, use our ‘get a quote’ tool or contact our project team directly on 1300 691 912 or email projects@iseekplant.com.au. Tell us what you’re looking for, and we’ll get suppliers to contact you directly with their best rates for the job!

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