Mini Piling in London

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Piling is an essential element of any construction project, be it a residential or commercial one, supporting heavy loads and irregular structures. Mini piling is one of the most versatile types of piling to counter subsidence issues. It is a piling with a narrower diameter of 100mm to 600mm and can be installed anywhere. Though it’s a lightweight and affordable option, it is as strong and durable as other piling types.

You need expert guidance and assistance for the installation of mini piles. This is where Alpha Piling LTD helps you. We are a registered company providing top-tier services of mini piling in London via skilled and trained engineers.

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Unparalleled Benefits of Mini Piling

Mini piling is not just a foundation solution but offers several other benefits, such as:

  • It’s an eco-friendly option as less steel and concrete are used to install them, reducing their carbon footprints.
  • It’s an affordable option, with no heavy machinery or special treatment being required for installation.
  • Construction time can be reduced by opting for mini-piling as we carry out the process promptly.
  • Minimal vibrations are associated with mini-piling, making it safer for wildlife and surrounding buildings.
  • The narrow diameter and use of small-sized equipment to install mini piles make them suitable for areas with limited headspace or access.

We Cover All Construction Projects

We have state-of-the-art machinery and certified experts to provide mini-piling foundations for all construction projects, including:

  • Extensions for residential and commercial projects.
  • Basement construction.
  • New buildings.
  • Existing structures.
  • Bridges.
  • Any construction at a site where the soil is unstable.
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Compliance with Health and Safe Standards

At Alpha Piling LTD, safety is our priority. We understand the risks associated with piling work and take all safety precautions to stay compliant with the health and safety standards.

  • We have experienced and licenced staff to operate rigs and other piling equipment.
  • All our experts are CPCS (Construction Plant Competence Scheme) trained.
  • Our staff go through COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) assessments to safely handle any hazardous material at the construction site.
  • Our specialists and support staff attend site inductions and participate in weekly toolbox talks.
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Alpha Piling LTD | Qualified Mini Piling Contractors

We work collaboratively with engineers, architects, and site managers to provide prompt and efficient services of mini piling in London. We ensure the quality of our work by providing as-built records and certificates for the integrity and static load-bearing tests. Fill out our inquiry form or call us for any inquiries about our services, cost, working process, or anything else.

Why Choose Alpha Piling LTD

  • More than 20 years of experience.
  • More than 1000 projects completed with perfection.
  • All workers have relevant accreditations and are tested to the highest standards.
  • Full advice, design, and construction services for all types of piling projects.

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends upon the size and complexity of the project. On average, mini piling for a standard home extension can take up to 3 days. It can extend to 2 to 3 weeks for a new building.

Being narrow in diameter doesn’t mean that mini piles are weaker than other piling types. They can easily support heavy loads and irregular structures by evenly distributing their weight.

Generally, 3 methods are used for mini piling:

  • Augured piling
  • Sectional flight auger (SFA) piling
  • Bottom-driven mini-piling

Heave is the expansion of soil beneath a structure due to high moisture. It pushes the ground upward, causing structural damage. Mini piles are explicitly designed to go deep in the ground and keep the structure stable in heave conditions.