How to avoid striking buried utilities during excavation projects

The essence of damage avoidance when excavating around buried utilities cannot be ignored. By steering clear of hitting a utility pipe or cable, contractors not only save their company from liability, but the public from possible danger or missing services. So, how can an excavation company make sure that they prevent damage to buried utility pipes during excavation projects? Read on to find out. Hydro excavation Hydro excavation is the fastest and safest method to dig that penetrates the ground without disturbing or damaging buried pipes and cables. Read More 

Common Excavating Mistakes Homeowners Must Avoid

When excavation is needed on your property, such as for a pool, new plumbing pipes, and the like, you might be tempted to tackle this job on your own. Homeowners can certainly rent excavators, trenchers, and other such equipment, but having the right equipment alone isn't enough to ensure a safe dig. Note a few common excavating mistakes that homeowners need to avoid to have a safe, workable excavation on their property. Read More 

2 Concrete Repair Jobs You Can Do

Some homeowners put off having concrete repairs done because they may not have the funds to hire a professional immediately. This delay causes the problem to get worse, and the homeowner pays dearly for his or her procrastination. However, not all concrete repairs require a professional. This article discusses two concrete repair jobs that you can handle on your own in case your concrete driveway develops minor defects. Isolated Holes and Cracks Read More 

What is best for Option your Driveway Repair?

Nothing feels better than that smooth slow cruise on your driveway just before parking your car after a long day of hard work. Unfortunately, this peace could be ruined by a crack or a pot hole somewhere on your driveway. After discovering that your driveway is wearing out, the question is what to do about it. Would you rather patch up the holes and fill the cracks, resurface, or simply replace the entire driveway altogether? Read More 

Concrete Pumping Blockages- A Quick Rundown for First Timers

Concrete pumping is a fast and cheap method used by many construction sites to lay concrete over large areas, or high elevations. Whether you are pursuing your own projects, or working with a contractor, you may need to acquire concrete pumps for pouring concrete on your high or extensive. And, as with many types of machinery, problems can occur. Whether line or boom pumps, a common problem always experienced during the process of concrete pumping is blockage. Read More