Garland Foundation Repair
Although the installation process of both materials is similar, their structural makeup is different. For both, we insert the various pilings into the ground with blunt force until they can no longer be laid any deeper. Concrete can often be laid in slabs that are processed individually, making it easier to link together a foundation piling in the ground, while steel pilings need to be fitted together to ensure they’re aligned. In some cases, the two are often intertwined to reinforce each other. Concrete pilings may need steel re-inforcers to allow for added strength for driving. Or vice versa, steel pilings can sometime be filled with concrete to reinforce their strength and durability and resistance.