Case Study: Garden Office on DIY Screw Piles

Case Study: Garden Office on DIY Screw Piles

Would you like to transform your garden with a home office? If so, the case study below my peak your interest. Putting a home office in your garden has never been easier. However, cost can be a factor and in some cases clients would prefer to do the job themselves....
Case Study: Decking Over a Ditch Using DIY Screw Piles

Case Study: Decking Over a Ditch Using DIY Screw Piles

Do you have “dead space” in your garden? In the case study below the owners had the ingenious idea of building decking over a large ditch, transforming the garden and making it much more usable. This project had one burning question though, what...
Case Study: Summer House Using DIY Screw Piles

Case Study: Summer House Using DIY Screw Piles

Would you like to build a beautiful summer house? Perhaps this case study will inspire you? Building a beautiful summer house next to large pond could pose you with a problem with regards to foundations. The answer on this project was to go with machine installed DIY...
Case Study: Granny Annex on DIY Screw Piles

Case Study: Granny Annex on DIY Screw Piles

Would you like a high quality extra living space in your garden? That’s exactly what the owners of the case study below wanted and they succeeded to a very high standard. One challenge people are faced with on such a project is what type of foundation to use. On...
Screw Piles- Did you know? Part 2

Screw Piles- Did you know? Part 2

Over nearly two centuries screw piles have come a long way. Originally, they were used as a means to built lighthouses in unstable ground, today they can be used for projects ranging from large commercial buildings all the way down to tiny garden sheds. In this blog...
Screw Piles- Did you know? Part 1

Screw Piles- Did you know? Part 1

Although screw piles have been in use for nearly 200 years many people are still unaware of the technology, its uses and its benefits. So below we provide 5 screw pile “Did you knows..” to help inform the curios. 1) Screwpiles are generally more environmentally...