Hydro Excavating


About Our Service

Hydro excavation is the process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water. An air conveyance or vacuum is then used to transfer the soil or debris to a debris tank. This allows for a nondestructive and more accurate way to excavate soil and locate underground utilities. Hydro excavation equipment combines high-pressure water and air vacuum. The high-pressure water cuts through the soil and breaks it up. The vacuum system then removes the slurry from the excavation area, and the debris is transferred to a debris tank on the truck.

The Benefits of Hydro Excavating

better damage and safety control

The primary benefit of hydro excavation is that it provides for better damage and safety control when compared with mechanical methods.

eliminates high expenses

Using hydro excavation to avoid damage to underground pipes, lines and cables, in turn, eliminates the high expenses needed for repairs and restoration. Needing to do fewer repairs means less time to get the job done too.

Reduced risks of damages or punctures

Our application uses this technique to locate underground utilities before our directional drill crews. This method reduces risks of damages or punctures to existing underground pipes that convey electricity, water, and gas to our surrounding communities.

Ideal for several excavation applications

Underground facilities and subsurface utilities are almost always needed for construction. Excavation to install these utilities is not an easy job and has a lot of risks. Hydro Excavation considerably lessens these risks and can be used for several excavation applications; eliminating the additional time and cost that repairs require and the disruption to people's daily lives.

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