Residential and Commercial Soil Testing from One of the Leading Soil Testing Companies in Melbourne
Before starting on any development or renovation project, it’s important to know and understand the site you’re working with. Soil testing is important for residential or commercial sites to help determine the suitable foundations and footings for any proposed renovations or to determine the sustainability of your agricultural activities.
All of our soil testing and reporting are carried out by experts who know the ins and outs of a solid foundation and soil health. They’ll also be able to provide all the necessary paperwork, reports and certification to help companies begin their construction in Greater Melbourne Metropolitan Areas or anywhere Regional Victoria.
Soil analysis is fundamental to understanding your soil and Soil Test Express will provide you with a detailed analysis. Get in touch with our team today to start your soil contamination testing.Request A Quote
From Moe to Geelong: We Provide Soil Contamination Testing & Reporting
Whether you’re looking to renovate in a residential or commercial setting, it is important you seek out the help of qualified professionals to give you the necessary information before starting.
All our customers are assigned to an engineer who will be your point of contact for matters relating to your soil contamination testing. This makes the process far easier to manage as all your concerns and queries can be dealt with by the same person, ensuring minimal miscommunication.
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Call one of the leading soil testing companies today to get your commercial or residential soil tested. From Mornington Bayside, Frankston, Rye, Cranbourne or Clyde, or anywhere else in Victoria, we have the resources to cover all of Melbourne. Dial (03) 5997 1192 for any questions or submit an online form to request a quote today! Alternatively, feel free to go through our range of services or have a look at how soil testing cost is calculated in Melbourne.