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Apex Hydro Excavation Services: Non-Destructive Digging for Maintenance and New Projects

Mar. 7, 2016

Digging into the ground is necessary at times, in fact, there are countless reasons why property owners need to penetrate into the earth. However, it can be a major chore depending how much earth you need to dig up or remove, and the types of digging tools available. For large earth moving projects like setting a building's foundation, industrial machinery is used such as backhoes, but there are countless smaller earth moving projects that don't need heavy equipment; just plain old muscle and basic tools to dig.

Basic tools to dig include pickaxes and shovels, but even these in the hands of experienced men take time to dig a decent size hole, not to mention the chore of having to transport the earth to another location, or replacing it when the job is done. A concern when digging around homes and other buildings is obvious – potentially damaging underground pipes and wires, and to fix these is an unexpected expense no one want to pay.

Thankfully, there is an easier, safer and cost-effective way to move earth around homes and buildings that doesn't use brute force tools – Apex hydro excavation service.

Non-Destructive Digging for Maintenance and New Projects

There are many 'things' that can go wrong when digging into the ground, especially when manual labour and brute force is used to dig holes. Potential injuries, time lost due to foul weather, equipment can and does break and need to be replaced, and potential damage to whatever lies beneath the surface, but all of that can be avoided with hydro excavation services by Apex.

Hydro excavation is quickly changing the way property owners and managers, landscaping companies and contractors move land. Basically, digging using high-pressure water streams is the most efficient way to move earth, especially when working in areas where underground pipes and wires are suspected to be close-by. Pressurised water is used to blast dirt and small rocks lose, and then the water is vacuumed up simultaneously, leaving no mess to clean or dirt piles to haul away to another location.

It is a brilliant system, one that has been used during industrial mining for more than a century, but is now being utilised on a more local level by Apex Vacuum Gutter Cleaning. If you would like to know more about Apex hydro excavation service for non-destructive digging, maintenance work and new projects, then please contact us today, we are here to help.

Apex Vacuum Gutter Cleaning
Diamond Creek, Victoria, 3089

Alasdair Collis
Ph: 0410 614 924
Fax: 03 9438 2743

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