Directional Drilling For Sewer Main Replacement in North Delta

Directional Drilling For Sewer Main Replacement in North Delta

High Mark Plumbing offers professional directional drilling for sewer main replacement in North Delta. Our plumbers are certified professionals with the experience and knowledge to do the job correctly and on time. We are licensed, bonded, and insured, and you can count on us to provide the best service available. Directional drilling is the method we prefer, and we recommend it when you want to save the beauty of your yard, have a landscape you don’t want to destroy, or just want to save money with a less invasive technique for installing sewer pipes.

The traditional method for laying sewer pipes requires a contractor and excavators to dig large trenches and holes in your yard or landscape. After the pipe is in place, the dirt is shoveled back into the holes, and the worksite is left looking like a war zone. Additionally, traditional trenching is usually more expensive due to the time, equipment, and labor involved.

On the other hand, directional drilling requires only minimal holes drilled underground and leaves the surrounding terrain virtually untouched, not to mention it costs less in most cases. Directional drilling involves a piece of equipment called a horizontal boring machine. This machine first drills a pilot hole with a precise, directional boring head that can make predetermined movements to avoid locations with obstructions, or where other established lines run underground. After the pilot hole is drilled, a reamer is attached, and the hole is dug even wider, and the new pipe is inserted and attached at each end, completing the installation. The fact that the drilling and pipe installation is all performed underground means your yard, structures, landscape, or any existing terrain features above ground will be left intact and unharmed.

If you are looking for the best directional drilling for sewer main replacement in North Delta, give the professionals at High Mark Plumbing a call today at (604) 678-1650. We are always happy to receive your call and look forward to discussing your directional drilling project with you. We are proud to say, “If we can’t pull it, we’ll drill it!”