Soil stabilisation is a process that serves to improve soil characteristics. It's usually done on poor quality soils to ensure they meet the required standards for construction work, paving, etc. Generally, cement and lime stabilisation are the primary soil stabilisation techniques you will find. And while each option has its pros and cons, lime soil stabilisation is a popular method because it's cost-effective and time-saving, among other benefits. However, knowing what the process entails can go a long way in helping you understand what to expect and plan accordingly.