Most cost-effective foundation for building a country house is today the foundation for technology tise.Vid foundation-pile with a monolithic reinforced concrete grillage. The main difference from the piles tise conventional piles is an extension at the bottom of his chasti.Eto created by the special design of the drill, through which piles and drilled svai.Ushirenie bottom prevents heaving soils in winter push them up. The piles are reinforced and filled betonom.Posle this put shuttering and poured monolithic rostverk.Shag piles, the scheme of reinforcement of piles and grillage is calculated for each house to individual sheme.Rashod concrete per pile-0, 12 cubic meters Pile has a large carrying capacity (10 tons). An additional advantage of such piles before it is customary to leave a foundation for the winter. The usual pile to load (build a box at home), so it is not pushed by frost, even if the pile and laid below the freezing depth. If we take the house project size in terms of 9h9m with one interior load-bearing wall, you will need to fill in 35 piles in increments of 1.5 m, which will take 4.2 cubic meters betona.Na grillage with section 400h400mm will take another 7.2 cubic betona.Itogo -11.4 cubic meters of concrete. At the same strip foundations will take about 25 cubic meters of concrete, plus excavation, plus accessories. There is a considerable saving both time and deneg. construction company July 2017

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