It’s easy and common to simply go with the first option that you find out there, perhaps the cheapest and closest to you in Batemans Bay. This is a mistake, though, as not all excavation companies are created equal. The old adage “you get what you pay for” definitely applies here.
Lucky for you, there exists a type of excavation that is quick, safe, and virtually eliminates the risk of damaging utilities. This type of excavation is known as hydro excavation. In this article, we’re going to look into what hydro excavation actually is as well as how you can get it to work for you.
Hydro excavation at its most basic is a type of non-destructive, non-mechanical process that uses pressurized water and an industrial vacuum to excavate and then collect soil, all in the same process.
Once the soil and slurry are collected via the vacuum, it’s then sent to a debris tank where it is safely disposed of. Instead of using mechanical and destructive methods to break up the soil, it’s broken down via water pressure. What this does is basically eliminate any possibility of underground utilities being damaged.
This also reduces the amount of time that the excavation takes which will save you money on manpower, and it also makes it so that the environmental impact is drastically reduced to a negligible level.
There are different types of hydro excavation that you should be aware of. They all exist for different applications and separate reasons. We’re going to take a look at a couple of these types so that you can determine which one is best for you.
Excavating or else exposing underground utilities in some sort of way is called potholing. It allows for excavating and exposing these things without the risk of damage to them. This method also saves time and cost, especially for applications such as installing signs or fences.
This method involves digging trenches in order to lay pipe or otherwise augment existing underground utilities. Slot trenching in the traditional way is costly and very dangerous, but slot trenching through hydro excavation will save you time and money all while promising a safe operation.
Since this process is so precise and measured, it can easily get rid of debris and clean up existing structures so that they’re performing at their best. Hydro excavation doesn’t just exist for the fixing of underground utilities. As you can see, it helps with getting rid of unwanted debris too and a professional will help you dispose of it properly.
There is a variety of useful applications when it comes to the operation of hydro excavation. All it takes is figuring out what specific needs you have and then getting in touch with a company that can serve your needs.
You’ll need a hydro excavation company in Batemans Bay with years of experience at hydro excavation and the know-how to get the job done. This will have to be a company with a vested interest in you. In short, this will have to be us. Get in touch with us today and we’ll be glad to help you out.