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When it comes to structural repairs, you need the reassurance that the work is being carried out to the highest standard by an experienced team. At CoreFIX Ltd, we take pride in our reputation for quality workmanship, and we understand the importance of having a structural engineer oversee the repair process.
Our structural engineer will carry out a comprehensive survey of the building or structure to identify the extent of the damage and the best course of action for repair. This will ensure that the repair work is done correctly and in compliance with all relevant regulations and standards.
At CoreFIX Ltd, our team of fully qualified and trained professionals has the knowledge and experience to handle any structural repair job, no matter how complex. We use the latest technology and equipment to ensure that our work is of the highest quality, and we will keep you informed throughout the repair process, so you know exactly what to expect.
If you need structural repairs or would like further information, please don't hesitate to contact us today at 01983 884 666. Our team is always ready to answer any questions you may have and provide you with the best possible solution for your repair needs.
Structural repairs refer to the process of fixing or restoring the integrity and strength of a building or structure. This may be necessary due to various factors such as age, natural disasters, or damage caused by accidents or other events.
Structural repairs are essential to ensure the safety of a building and its occupants. The repair process typically involves a thorough assessment of the extent and cause of the damage, followed by determining the best course of action to restore the structure's stability.
The repair work may involve replacing or reinforcing structural elements, repairing cracks or damage to the foundation, or installing additional support structures. The goal is to restore the structural integrity of the building or structure and ensure that it can withstand future stress or damage.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you get the job done right.
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.
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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.
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 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 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 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 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 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.