Delivery & Assembly
What type of subsurface is required?
BASIC halls can be mounted on many types of existing subsurface, such as paving, asphalt or compressed gravel. If you already have a concrete surface or if the planning permission specifies that a foundation is necessary, the hall will be secured with dowels.
What's the cheapest means of anchoring?
Ground pegs. The hall's supporting columns are secured using steel anchors hammered straight into the existing ground surface. You save yourself the costly business of digging foundations. When the hall is removed, this also guarantees that there is virtually no trace that it was ever there, which is especially appealing if renting the hall. For substrates that will not take pegs or dowel fixings, HALTEC BASIC offers anchoring-free alternatives such as ballasting.
Can you assemble HALTEC halls without anchoring?
Yes! You can, with HALTEC! For substrates that will not take pegs or dowel fixings, HALTEC offers anchor-free ballasting options. The hall is secured to the ground using concrete weights. We are happy to advise you on the various options.