Directional Drilling for Water Main Replacement in Maple Ridge
Do you have questions about directional drilling? Perhaps you want to know the difference between open trenching and directional drilling for your water main replacement. There are significant differences in directional drilling versus open trenching. High Mark offers directional drilling for water main replacement in Maple Ridge. We have knowledgeable staff that is ready to answer all of your questions and concerns about water main replacement. The most common concern is, what are the differences between our approaches with directional drilling versus open trenching? We want to help you make an informed decision for your upcoming project.
Open trenching is an older method to repair or replace existing pipes. It consists of excavation to expose the existing pipes to complete a repair or replacement. After a trench has been dug, there is also work to backfill the trench. This method is traditional, yet it can be a time-consuming hassle and expensive. Whether you have a residential or commercial property, both would be impacted with open trenching. The property is dug up extensively, which can become costly to your landscape and environment.
On the other hand, directional drilling is a far less invasive method. We provide a trenchless way, which does not require major digging. Directional drilling involves more technology advancements. This means that we can create an entry pit and exit pit (at times, just an entry pit) and complete a water main replacement without the hassle and mess of digging a trench.
We specialize in directional drilling for water main replacement in Maple Ridge. We have the tools and staff to get the job done right the first time! If we can’t pull it, we’ll drill it! Contact us today at 604-678-1650 to find out how we can replace your water main.