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Soiling Nailing

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

Soil Nailing

When it comes to structural repairs, dependability is crucial. At CoreFIX Ltd, we specialize in soil nailing, a technique that is essential for stabilizing soil slopes, excavations, and retaining walls.


Our team of experts is committed to providing you with a practical and cost-effective solution tailored to your needs.

We understand that retention of soil is a key factor in soil nailing, and we use the latest technology and equipment to ensure that the work is done efficiently and to the highest standard.


Whether you need soil nailing for building foundations, tunnels, or highways, we will help you determine the best option for your project.

At CoreFIX Ltd, we pride ourselves on our dedication to providing dependable structural repairs that you can count on.


If you want to learn more about our services or request a free quote, please call us today at 01983 884 666.


Our services are available to customers throughout the UK, and we are always ready to help you with your project.

What is Soil Nailing?

Soil nailing is a technique used in geotechnical engineering to reinforce soil slopes, excavations, and retaining walls. It involves the insertion of relatively slender reinforcing elements called nails, typically made of steel, into the soil to improve its stability and resistance to deformation.

The process of soil nailing typically involves drilling a hole into the ground, installing a steel nail or bar, and then grouting the hole to secure the nail in place. The nails are usually installed at a slight downward angle to help anchor the soil and prevent it from sliding or collapsing.

Soil nailing is often used in construction projects where excavation is required, such as for building foundations, tunnels, and highways. It is a cost-effective and efficient method for stabilizing soil and improving its load-bearing capacity.


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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