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    Vactor, Jetting & Hydro Excavation

    Maintaining systems is often a responsibility left for property owners and managers. While identifying areas of concern that occur above ground can be relatively simple, identifying underground problems can be more challenging. If you are uncertain whether your systems need industrial and commercial vacuuming and jetting services, AQUALIS can diagnose problems and propose solutions with our self-performing fleet of hydrovactor and vac combo trucks. Performing services including vacuumation, jetting or rodding of stormwater or sewer lines, or hydro excavation for construction sites, our highly experienced crew approaches each project efficiently and safely.

    At AQUALIS, we are committed to providing our clients with cutting-edge technology to best serve individual stormwater maintenance and repair needs. This innovative and comprehensive approach sets us apart as THE nationwide industry leader in stormwater and wastewater management.

    24-Hour Emergency Services

    Spills, overflow, and flooding can occur when you least expect them. AQUALIS responds swiftly to all emergency requests and in many cases, industrial vac and jetting are solutions that can effectively clear lines to restore function for further investigation for failure. When response time is necessary, you can rely on AQUALIS’ expert fleet to manage your stormwater or wastewater assets. We are proud to offer 24-hour emergency services. Please call 855.916.3960 for immediate response to your lift station emergency.

    Industrial Vacuum

    Utilizing high suction to clear debris from catch basins, vaults, pipes, and underground systems.

    Jetting

    Pressurized water breaks up clogs, debris, build-ups, that can cause flooding, overflows, and spills to your property.

    Hydro Excavation

    Hydrovac trucks use the power of suction and water to expose utilities for more efficient excavation method.

    Every year, World Water Day is celebrated March 22 to appreciate the essential element of life: water. Since the first World Water Day in 1993, the United Nations has used this day to raise awareness that 2.2 billion people are living without access to clean water. Water is required for drinking, sanitation, agriculture, power production […]

    System back-ups or onsite flooding? We are here to help.