Driven Wood Piling Offer An Economical Alternative
The use of wood piling for deep foundation support is the oldest pile system still in use. A tapered timber pile is driven to a specified depth with a hammer then cut off just above ground level. There are different types of treatment used to preserve wood piling including creosote. Recycled and recertified timber piles can be a very economical option in the right situation as the old-growth; reclaimed timber can be longer lasting than new timber and more economical.
Since 1946, McDowell Northwest, Inc. has been serving Northwest Builders with the best staff and equipment to get the job done right, and always at a competitive price...
McDowell’s roots in the construction industry goes back to the early 1900’s working on the Denny regrade in Seattle. Since the late 60s we have specialized in piling and deep foundations...
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