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Our Proven Process

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Request our Free Estimate

When you get in touch with us, we start by gathering information about your project needs. Whether it's sewer repair or replacement, drainage repair or installation, drain cleaning, water line installation, or utility excavation or demolition, we want to understand your requirements. We schedule a convenient time to personally inspect your property and discuss the details of the job.



Next, we visit your property at the scheduled time and carefully survey it. We pay attention to every detail and ask relevant questions to ensure a complete understanding of your needs. Based on our assessment, we provide you with an estimate for the project. We may also share any product recommendations that best suit your requirements. Once you approve the estimate, we proceed to schedule the work.


Project Begins

When the scheduled time arrives, we commence our services. By this point, we have ensured that all necessary permits have been obtained. Our team completes the work in a safe, timely, and professional manner. Throughout the project, we assign a dedicated project manager who will keep you informed about any changes or progress. For large-scale projects, we have a specialized team that communicates with General Contracting firms, ensuring expedited timelines and seamless communication.


Quality Control

Once the project is completed, we conduct a thorough review with you or your contractors. This step allows us to ensure that everything has been done as required, and if any adjustments or changes are necessary, we address them promptly. Additionally, we prioritize leaving your property clean and tidy after completing our work.

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For all your excavation, sewer repair, and demolition needs, let us help you get the job done right. Complete our free estimate form to speak with an expert today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about our excavation services or any other services. We've provided answers to some of them here.

How do sewer line repairs work?

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Sewer line repairs involve fixing issues with sewer pipes, such as installing cleanouts, fixing offsets, and replacing sewer line bellies. If the sewer line becomes offset, meaning the joints no longer connect properly, it can cause problems. Excavation contractors can assess the situation and recommend the appropriate repair method, such as pipe lining or pipe bursting.

What are the differences between pipe lining and pipe bursting for sewer line replacement?

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Pipe lining involves inserting a fiberglass tube coated with epoxy resin into the damaged pipe and hardening it to create a new pipe inside the old one. This method is less invasive and avoids digging up the street. On the other hand, pipe bursting works by inserting a bursting head into the damaged pipeline and pushing out the old pipe while simultaneously installing a new pipe. Pipe bursting may require more digging than pipe lining but can be a suitable option for replacing old or undersized pipes.

What are the signs of a water line leak?

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Signs of a water line leak include a high water bill, water pooling in the yard or driveway, and a loss of water pressure. Freezing temperatures can also lead to frozen pipes and subsequent bursting. Excavation contractors offer water line installation and repair services, using materials such as PEX or copper pipes.

What permits and approvals are needed for excavation projects?

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Permits and approvals required for excavation projects can vary depending on the location and nature of the project. It is essential to consult with local authorities or your excavation contractor to determine the specific permits needed, such as excavation permits, environmental permits, or permits for working near utility lines.

How long does the excavation process typically take?

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The duration of an excavation project depends on various factors, such as the size of the project, soil conditions, weather, and the complexity of the work involved. Smaller projects may be completed in a few days, while larger projects can take several weeks or even months to finish.

For a sewer, excavation, or demolition project, speak with our specialist today and schedule an estimate!