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Hydro Excavation

When dealing with underground plumbing issues, there are so many things to consider. 

  • Is the problem going to be expensive? 
  • What happens if there is damage to my main sewer line? 
  • Will fixing it take a long time? 
  • Will they have to dig up my home or property?

All of these are responsible questions to be asking, especially when bracing for what could potentially be an expensive problem to fix. Luckily, the professionals at Art Rooter, Sewer & Drain, a division of Art Plumbing, AC & Electric, have been doing it since 1983. Using hydro excavation and the latest in plumbing and excavation technologies, any and all plumbing issues you may be dealing with will soon be a thing of the past. 

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How Does Hydro Excavation Work?

Hydro excavation are less invasive plumbing methods employed by plumbers and various other contractors as a means of removing dirt and debris in and around plumbing structures. Using water blasts pumping at around 300 to 500 psi and high-pressure vacuuming, hydro excavation effectively removes sediment, build up, and blockages by extracting dirt into a tank for permanent removal.

Why Is Hydro Excavation The Best Choice?

Simply put, hydro excavation is more cost effective than other excavation methods. Because of its increased safety for usage and its precision, it’s also been proven repeatedly to be the most efficient choice. Lastly, it takes less time to do the job. Because hydro excavation is performed above ground without the need for obtrusive digging, there is a much smaller impact on your landscaping and the environment.

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Our team is committed to helping stop the spread of Covid-19 throughout our South Florida communities. When you call us for service or an estimate, we promise to exercise a “No Contact Service Call” safety protocol, which includes using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, gloves and shoe covers as recommended by guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). Our technicians will also maintain at least a 6 feet distance for the safety of all while in your home or business. We’ll save the hand-shakes, high-fives and dog petting for when we get back to normal operations. Let’s all keep each other safe!