‘Hydrovac’ or ‘Hydro Excavation’ is a non-destructive process of digging the soil or ground. This method includes injecting a powerful stream of pressurized water into the ground to soften it.
Afterward, a vacuum system will collect the mixture of soil and water into the attached storage tank safely. Some applications of hydrovac excavation include digging into the ground, collecting debris, and discovering underground facilities like gas lines or pipelines.
Hydro Excavation is more precise compared to any other type of excavation. As a result, you can save time, money, and the environment. Furthermore, the risk of damaging underground utilities and adjacent soil is significantly reduced.
Busy Bee Septic and Excavation LLC has been a trusted name for hydrovac excavation in Orange County, New York. As one of the best hydrovac excavation companies in the area, we have the skills and experience to get the job done right. We are licensed and bonded to prove our commitment to providing the best civil contractor service.
We are a member of NYSDEC and a former member of NAWT. We can drive and operate a hydrovac truck to remove unwanted materials from the worksite. We can handle all the necessary procedures to ensure construction projects move along without any issues.
Below are some of the best uses for hydrovac excavation.
Hydrovac is an excellent way to create narrow trenches because it can minimize soil disturbance. If you’re working on a project that requires locating underground utilities or installing small diameter pipes, this method is your best approach.
Hydrovac excavation can also be used to remove debris from sewers, manholes, and drainage systems without causing damage to existing infrastructure.
Hydrovac excavation is the best method to expose subsurface utilities without causing damage to them.
Tight Space Excavation
When you are excavating in tight or limited spaces such as small backyards, or narrow streets, it is practically impossible with traditional excavation equipment. Not only will excavation be done manually, but it also takes more time. Hydrovac excavation is the most effective way to get things done quickly and economically.
Hydrovac excavation is a good alternative to mechanical excavation. Here are some of the key benefits of hydrovac excavation.
Minimal Risk of Injury or Damage
Hydrovac excavation uses water pressure to cut through tough grass and soil while posing minimal risk to passerby and underground utilities. This method reveals wires and pipes by softening and vacuuming up the soil rather than using heavy backhoes and other equipment to scoop dirt up.
Use in Winter
Hot water hydrovac systems can heat up and soften even frozen soil during winter. This allows construction and repair projects to continue even in cold months.
Hydrovac operators use a handheld pressurized wand to direct the stream of water that cuts through and softens the soil. They can easily maneuver around tight quarters with minimal disruption to the environment. The wands used in hydrovac excavation are small and flexible, allowing them to maneuver even if there are nearby obstacles such as streetlights, signs, and adjacent utility systems.
Timely Project Completion
Traditional excavation tools can tear through utilities and damage pipes easily. This can lead to interruption and delays that can make construction projects miss key deadlines.
Hydrovac excavation is a gentler process that won’t disrupt or delay your project. Furthermore, it is a fast and convenient process leading to timely project completion.
At Busy Bee Septic and Excavation LLC, we provide high-quality hydrovac excavation services that fit your business’ needs, budget, and project requirements.
If you have a complex excavation project, seek the help of hydrovac operators from Busy Bee Septic and Excavation LLC. Give us a call now at (845) 294-5771 to schedule an appointment!
Busy Bee Septic and Excavating LLC proudly serves all properties throughout Orange County, New York, and the surrounding areas.
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