CUT AND FILL
Site cuts, which lead to the preparation and excavation of earthly materials, are an extremely necessary part of any building project. Site cut services are often used in Melbourne during the construction of houses, sheds, and commercial land, and can also determine the condition of foundations and slabs. A solid foundation is a critical step in any construction project, and having earth works that lay out the area to build is absolutely crucial. With our experience in landscaping, bulk earthworks and spoil removal, we know our way around dirt.
Hammer Excavaions specializes in site cuts and reliably delivers high-quality outcomes on all projects. When you work with Hammer Excavations, you can rest assured that you’ll be getting highly skilled and fully licensed operators who can maximize your project’s performance.
Land clearing and leveling is an essential part of any building or landscaping project’s planning. Site leveling and land clearing, when performed correctly, will ensure even and level ground, using gps or laser technology which helps with foundation laying, irrigation, and quality assurance. These facilities, which are frequently ignored, should be highly regarded in all Melbourne locations, as they have the ability to save thousands of dollars in long-term maintenance and repair costs. Are you planning a construction project and need land clearing and site leveling services?
Cutting and filling is the method of shifting soil from one site to another in order to level the lay of the land. When earth or dirt is removed from above the ground height you desire, a ‘cut’ is made, and when earth is used to cover a hole to the desired ground level, a ‘fill’ is made. To build an even ground surface, cutting and filling is a common method. Playing with site levels is critical to control the flow of water on any site, it can save time and money in the long run to prep your site levels from the word go.
Cutting and filling land entails a certain amount of risk, particularly if the land being filled will be used for your home’s foundations. Natural compaction is disturbed whenever earth is moved, and soil in this state is often described as “fluffed” or “aerated.”