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Ground Consolidation for Excavation Projects swimming pools & in-ground spas
Methodology
When excavating close to walls there is a risk that the ground beneath the structure could become loose and compromise the structures foundations. Soil grout injections act like a concrete pillar that support the structure from deep within the ground, so you can have the pool or spa you have always dreamed of with the peace of mind that your home is protected.

 
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With Ground Control, your soil stabilisation experience is a convenient, five step process that takes place prior to your pool or spa installation and involves:

Step 1
A site inspection takes place where the density of the soil between the excavation site and structures is tested. The distance between the proposed excavation area and any structures is also measured so that the weight bearing capacity of the ground can be determined.

Step 2
A Civil & Structural Engineer reviews the results of the site inspection and prepares necessary calculations to make soil stabilisation recommendations.

Step 3
The Civil & Structural Engineer prepares and reviews engineering drawings & confirms the type and degree of grouting required to stabilise the ground.

Step 4 
State-of-the-art permeation grouting machinery is used to safely inject microfine cement deep into the ground under high pressure. This fills any voids in the soil and increases the grounds load bearing capacity.

Step 5
Once a curing time of seven days has lapsed, the site is ready for your builder to safely install and complete your dream pool or spa with the peace of mind that your home is protected.