The goal at Art Rooter, Sewer & Drain Cleaning is to always do the best and most thorough job without destroying your home or property in the process. Instead of tearing out your floors, tunneling allows our technicians to fix your broken underground plumbing pipes with the least amount of inconvenience.
Using a hydro excavation process that utilizes high-pressure water and a vacuum to break up the dirt and remove it, the professionals at Art are able to effectively clear the area to install new plumbing structures without making a muddy mess inside the home.
Tunneling With Hydro Excavation
When it comes to tunneling underground, there are numerous benefits to utilizing hydro excavation technologies.
Hydro Excavation Is Safer Than Traditional Tunneling Methods
Because there is much less invasive digging involved, hydro excavation is inherently a much safer excavation process. Without the risk of accidently damaging underground cables and pipes, you’re left with one less thing to worry about.
Hydro Excavation Has Numerous Uses
The process of hydro excavation can be used for so many other things outside of tunneling. Hydro excavation is often used for debris removal in clogged sewer lines, building trenches, microtunneling, boring, and many other things.
Hydro Excavation Is Less Expensive
Due to its nonmechanical nature, hydro excavation requires less workers to do the job. Additionally, it’s a more accurate process. This allows technicians to more readily prevent unwanted damage to surrounding areas. Furthermore, hydro excavation is also a more time-efficient process than more traditional tunneling methods.
For all of these reasons, it’s clear as to why hydro evacuation is more economically viable.
Hydro Excavation Can Excavate Any Soil
When it’s an emergency, the type of soil that surrounds your plumbing shouldn’t matter. No matter if you live around clay, dirt, sand, or stone, hydro excavation has the ability to excavate it all.