Exposure of Gas Lines in New England - Call 888-609-5445
The importance of hydro excavation in underground digging and maintenance is often underappreciated. Traditional digging methods come with their own set of dangers, most notably the potential for significant damage to unmarked gas, water, and electricity lines. Safetydig's Hydro Excavation services reduce these risks by providing a safer working environment that minimizes the likelihood of damaging exposed pipelines.
How Hydro Excavation Works
Our hydro excavation process utilizes a powerful combination of high-pressure water and a vacuum to cut through dense soil and dirt. The vacuum collects the displaced material into a storage container for later use. This technology not only ensures a clean and mess-free worksite but also eliminates the risk of gas line exposure that traditional methods might cause in New England.
The past approach involved labor-intensive work with shovels and backhoes, often resulting in accidental damage and gas line leaks. With the advent of our hydro excavation services, these concerns are a thing of the past.
Hydro Excavation Steps:
- Preparation: High-pressure water is prepared to cut through the soil.
- Excavation: The high-pressure water breaks apart the soil, enabling easy access to underground pipelines.
- Collection: A vacuum collects the slurry into a storage container, keeping the site clean and ready for further work.
- Inspection: The exposed pipelines can now be inspected safely and effectively.
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Safetydig is the best in hydro excavation!
Safetydig is committed to maintaining a safe working environment, especially when dealing with the potential hazards of exposing gas and electricity lines. For this reason, we've embraced hydro excavation techniques for a long time. With a team of experienced personnel capable of drilling horizontal, vertical, and diagonal holes, Safetydig delivers prompt, durable results for all clients in New England.