• April

      30

      2019
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    What Is Excavation?

    What Is Excavation?

    Typically, when there’s new construction, there’s excavation. But what is excavation and what all does it include? It’s simply the process of moving earth, rock and other materials with the right heavy equipment, tools, or in some cases, explosives. It includes trenching, wall shafts, earthwork, tunneling and underground work.

    • April

      23

      2019
    • 156
    Don’t Let Hair Cause Plumbing Problems

    Don’t Let Hair Cause Plumbing Problems

    If you are an average person with an average head of hair, you lose at least fifty hairs a day! For a family of four, that means up to 200 hairs could make their way down your shower drain. Believe it or not – a plumber’s worse nightmare is hair in your drain. It causes

    • April

      16

      2019
    • 171
    The Environmental Impact Of Demolition Projects

    The Environmental Impact Of Demolition Projects

    In prior decades, demolition was as simple as calling a contractor, getting an estimate, tearing down the building and removing the debris. Today, there are many concerns over the environmental impact of demolition projects.

    • April

      9

      2019
    • 194
    Locate Utility Lines Before Excavation

    Locate Utility Lines Before Excavation

    In the past many utilities were strung overhead. Cable, electric, and telephone all came through businesses and homes from above.  That’s not the case anymore. Now, everything runs underground, in many directions, and at varying depths. They exist under fields, rivers, roads, parking lots, and the sidewalks on which we walk every day.  A nick

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