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Trenchless Sewer Lines – Important Things You Need to Know

If your existing sewer line is no longer functioning normally due to damage or buildup of fats along its internal walls, you will want to have it replaced to prevent unsanitary backflow! But if the area surrounding your house is landscaped or paved, you will have a lot of work to do to finish the [...]

By |2019-08-30T08:55:24-06:00August 30th, 2019|Trenchless Sewer Lines|0 Comments

9 Practical Applications For Directional Drilling

In general terms, directional drilling refers to the process of drilling a pilot hole along a defined route between predetermined entry and exit points. In the oil and natural gas industry, directional drilling is defined as the science or practice of deviating a wellbore to a predetermined underground location. Directional drilling is useful because it [...]

By |2019-08-09T06:15:24-06:00August 9th, 2019|Directional Drilling|0 Comments

What is the Safest and Most Cost-Effective Method of Potholing for Utilities?

Potholing is a process of digging a test hole to expose existing subsurface utilities. It is intended to determine the vertical and horizontal location of a facility that may be present along a planned bore path to avoid causing damage to underground utilities. The installation of underground pipelines and cables prompted most states to consider [...]

By |2019-06-05T07:27:52-06:00June 10th, 2019|Utility Potholing|0 Comments

Horizontal Directional Drilling – What Makes this Technique Useful?

Directional drilling which is also known as horizontal directional boring, is a method of installing sub-surface pipelines, service conduits, and cables that uses trenchless technology. It is an operation that involves the use of a surface-launched directional drilling machine and related equipment. It’s objective is to drill a chosen bore path underground to make way [...]

Good Reasons Why You Need to Locate Utility Lines before Digging

Many years ago, only water pipelines were buried underground even in cities. It was quite safe then for people to dig anywhere should they intend to construct a building or sewage project. It is no longer the same today as most utilities including electrical and communication lines which used to hang above our heads, are [...]

By |2019-04-14T12:14:24-06:00April 15th, 2019|Utility Locating|0 Comments
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