Do you need some excavation done but have been putting it off because you don’t want to cause a mess in the process? If so, you are in good company, because hydro excavation could be the perfect solution. This article will shed some light on the cost and safety benefits of hydro excavation, as well as some details on how it works.
By using highly pressurised water, professionals are able to dig into the ground without all the complexities associated with conventional digging. Instead, this is an eco-friendly and safer way to dig holes. The water literally cuts into the earth with enough pressure to go as deep as you need.
As for the dirt that comes out, it gets sucked up through an air vacuum. The dirt is then transported to a waste tank. Compared to traditional excavation methods, there is no doubt that the hydro option is the better one.
Forget about making room or paying for big vehicles and heavy machinery when you choose to hydro excavate. There are no shovels involved either. This means you dramatically reduce the odds of someone sustaining a serious injury, given that there is no cumbersome and dangerous machinery around.
And what about manual digging? The physical challenge can lead to somebody receiving an injury. But this is not the case with hydro excavation tactics. So, in addition to improving safety, it dramatically reduces the cost.
Depending on the size of the area you want to excavate, you can expect a lot of construction foot traffic around the area. Not only can this be somewhat overwhelming, but all these people on site need to get paid. Once again, hydro excavation comes out cheaper based on a smaller workforce.
When you need to install pipes or get very specific about the area you are excavating, the hydro option allows you to stay specific. Unfortunately, conventional excavation requires more room in this regard. For the most part, a big hole needs to be made when old-school methods are used. This leads to more work and higher costs.
Backfilling is a typical part of conventional excavation tactics. This needs to be done once the digging is over, and it needs to be done right. The backfilling process alone requires heavy equipment and proper skill, which will also increase the overall costs. Hydro excavation, on the other hand, does not require backfilling. Nor does it leave a big mess afterwards.
When you need land excavated for any reason, you can use high-pressure water to do it. Whether you want to lay new paving or replace pipes from the plumbing system, it’s comforting to know that there is a very simple, straightforward, and safe way to dig up the earth.
The longer a construction crew spends on a site, the more it is going to cost. And even with a larger workforce, a conventional construction crew cannot beat the speed of hydro excavation. Why waste time and money by doing things the old-fashioned way when modern solutions are readily available?
No matter how you look at it, hydro excavation is the more effective choice every time. This saves you from needing a big team of construction workers and all the equipment they bring with them. And you definitely do not have to pay a fortune just to dig a few holes in the ground. More importantly, everyone stays safe during the entire excavation process.
You can rest easy in knowing that with Pressure Works, your big excavation projects will be done quickly, accurately, and safely. We give the utmost importance to your safety, the safety of your workers and our technicians, as well as the safety of the environment.