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Ground Anchoring

Core FIX is the South Coast's leading diamond drilling expert, providing superior results for all your drilling needs.

Ground Anchoring

With over 18 years' experience in the industry, CoreFIX Ltd guarantees to provide you with the highest quality concrete cutting services. 


Are you looking for a reliable solution to support and restrain your building?  CoreFIX are the ground anchor specialists. With years of experience in the field of ground anchoring, we provide top-quality solutions to ensure buildings stay secure and stable. Our expertise lies in providing effective ground anchoring solutions that are suitable for both new and existing structures.

At CoreFIX, we understand the importance of choosing the right type of ground anchors for your project. Our team of skilled professionals can provide expert advice on the best type of ground anchors based on factors such as soil type, load requirements, and installation conditions. We specialize in a range of ground anchoring solutions, including helical anchors, concrete anchors, screw anchors, rock anchors, and other specialized techniques, to meet the unique needs of your project.

To get started on your project and request a free quote, contact us today. We're committed to providing exceptional service and ensuring your building is anchored securely to the ground.

What is Ground Anchoring?

Ground anchoring is a method used to secure structures or objects to the ground to prevent them from being moved or toppled by external forces, such as wind, seismic activity, or water. Ground anchoring typically involves the use of an anchor or anchorage device that is securely fastened to the structure or object and then embedded deep into the ground to provide a strong and stable foundation.

Ground anchors can take many forms, such as helical anchors, concrete anchors, screw anchors, and rock anchors. The type of anchor used depends on factors such as the soil or rock type, the load requirements, and the installation conditions.

Ground anchoring is commonly used in construction and civil engineering projects, such as the construction of buildings, bridges, dams, and retaining walls. It is also used in outdoor applications, such as securing tents, flagpoles, and outdoor furniture.


Contact us today to find out how we can help you get the job done right.

Our Services

CoreFix offers a comprehensive range of services to meet all your drilling, underpinning, concrete cutting, civil engineering, diamond drilling, soil nailing and residential structural repair needs.


Our specialists have a wealth of experience and can carry out work on both residential and contract projects across the whole of the United Kingdom. 

We are proud to have worked with many high-profile clients on successful projects, including Network Rail, Docklands Light Railway, Transport for London and County PFI.


To find out more about our services and to request a free quote click here.

Diamond Drilling

Diamond drilling is a precise and efficient method of drilling through concrete, steel, and other hard surfaces. It is used extensively in construction, mining, and engineering projects. 

Soil Nailing

Soiling nailing is a technique used to repair damaged or deteriorating wood. It involves using a special tool to drive nails through the damaged or rotted wood, sealing the area, and preventing further damage.

Concrete Cutting

Concrete cutting is a specialized trade that requires precision and skill. With special saws and diamond blades, concrete cutting professionals can make precise cuts in concrete surfaces for a variety of purposes, such as for drainage, for construction projects, or for aesthetic purposes. 

Structural Repairs

Structural repairs are an essential part of maintaining the integrity of your home. Whether it’s foundation repair, roof repairs, siding replacement, or other issues, addressing structural problems early can prevent long-term damage and costly repairs in the future. 

Ground Anchoring

Ground anchoring is a technique used to secure objects to the ground. It involves using anchors, such as stakes, spikes, and post anchors, to create a secure connection between the object and the ground. With ground anchoring, objects can be kept secure and stable even in windy and unstable conditions.

Anchor Testing

Anchor testing is a process used to evaluate the performance of masonry walls, beams, columns, and other structural elements. It involves installing test anchors and measuring the tension and compression forces applied to them.

Remote Monitoring

Remote monitoring of structures, railways and embankments can reduce the risk of operatives working close to the rail, while also saving costs on safety-critical staff. With remote monitoring technology, organizations can monitor their assets in real-time and make timely decisions to prevent potential disasters caused by landslides, track displacement, and other critical issues.

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