Potholing Vacuum Excavation in New England - 888-609-5445
Historically, potholing involved manual digging with shovels or using a backhoe. However, these methods are time-consuming, labor-intensive, and pose the risk of causing expensive damage to underground installations due to their invasive nature. These drawbacks are especially prevalent in New England.
The advent of hydro excavation technology, particularly prevalent in New England, has revolutionized the potholing process. Potholing vacuum excavation involves the use of high-pressure water and an air vacuum. The water breaks up the soil, and the vacuum transfers it to a holding tank.
Potholing Vacuum Excavation Steps:
- Preparation: We prepare our high-pressure water equipment to disrupt the soil.
- Excavation: The high-pressure water breaks apart the soil, revealing the underground utilities.
- Collection: An air vacuum transfers the slurry into a storage container, keeping the site clean and disturbance-free.
- Investigation: Now that the utilities are exposed, they can be inspected for any issues or potential problems.
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Hydro excavation potholing in New England is an efficient, clean, and precise method to target specific areas of concern. It's an ideal solution for exploratory maintenance work, enabling quick and efficient examinations without damaging existing installations.
Whether you are dealing with a small or large potholing project in New England, hydro excavation presents the perfect solution. Embrace modern excavation techniques with Safetydig and ensure precision and efficiency in your excavation needs.