AQUALIS’ hydro excavation services offer extra safety, precision, and efficiency for your most sensitive excavation projects.
Hydro excavation, also referred to as vacuum excavation, utilizes pressurized water and industrial vacuum suction to locate and expose underground assets. Due to its efficiency, precision, and minimal footprint, hydro-excavation quickly becomes a popular form of excavation. AQUALIS’ self-performing fleet and a nationwide team of experts can excavate areas that are high risk for traditional practices, including around buried conduits and utility lines.
Traditional excavation is inefficient, inaccurate, and destructive to the area of focus and surrounding environments. AQUALIS’ hydro excavation services offer many benefits over traditional excavation, including:
Buried utilities and underground facilities are in constant need of construction, repairs, and maintenance. Mechanical excavation around these assets poses a high risk of damage or breakage. While pressurized water used in hydro excavation can remove rocks, dirt, and debris, it poses a minor threat to utilities. This allows hydro excavation to outperform traditional excavation in areas including:
If you need excavation services, AQUALIS can provide you with a safe, accurate, efficient, and cost-effective way of digging. Contact us today!
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