Has your ground mount project come to a standstill due to encountering rock?

With TerraSmart's vast rock drilling experience and ground screw technology, your next ground mount project that encounters rock will move along smoothly and cost effectively.

Has your ground mount project come to standstill due to encountering rock? Have driven piles or helical anchors met refusal only a few feet below grade? Are you faced with a project with poor soils and rocks? Have you felt the pain of increased project cost and delays due to unexpected rock on a project?


With TerraSmart's vast rock drilling experience and ground screw technology, your next ground mount project that encounters rock will move along smoothly and cost effectively. While most solar racking and foundation systems come to a halt when facing arduous, rocky soil environments, TerraSmart's solution excels and keeps your project on target and within budget.
TerraSmart's rock drill solution has become the most widely used option in the solar industry when facing rocky soil conditions. TerraSmart's experience and expertise in poor soil environments has proven invaluable on multi-megawatt projects across North America. Solar developers and EPC firms have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars and have mitigated their worst case scenario with TerraSmart's no hassle rock drill solution. On your next ground mount project, look for a smooth solution when dealing with a rocky situation.

To learn more about TerraSmart's rock drilling solution for commercial to utility scale ground mount projects we encourage you to watch our video's and view the benefits associated with TerraSmart's rock drilling solution.


For more information, visit us online at http://www.terrasmart.com

Contact:
Shannon Quinn
TerraSmart
9200 Estero Park Commons Blvd
Suite 7 Estero, Florida 33928
Phone:239.362.0211 ext 6013
Fax: 239.362.0586
http://www.terrasmart.com
squinn@terrasmart.com

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