Hydro Excavation in Michigan

Hydro Excavation in MichiganHydro Excavation is the process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water. An vacuum is used to transfer the soil or debris to a debris tank. This allows for a non-destructive and more accurate way to excavate soil and locate underground utilities than the more traditional manual or mechanical excavation methods. PowerVac has performed hydro excavation in Michigan for clients from all industries, and we can help you too.

PowerVac can perform hydro excavation for your industrial and commercial industry. Hydro excavation is now recognized as the safest and most efficient method of exposing underground utilities of a facility. Our powerful sewer vacuum trucks use water to break up the ground, keeping your utilities safe. We use hydro excavation because it is far less invasive than the traditional manual or mechanical excavation methods used in the past. PowerVac has most state of the art equipment in the industry to get your hydro excavation project completed fast. PowerVac are prepared to service you, regardless as to your facility’s size.

The risk of damaging your buried utilities is eliminated since hydro excavation uses water to break up the ground and a vacuum to remove the debris. Our process is more accurate and it does less damage to the surrounding soil and minimizes your site’s restoration time. The environmental impact is minimized and it costs you less money to complete. If you need hydro excavation in Michigan, call us today!

PowerVac Proudly Serves the Following Cities in Michigan:

Detroit, Melvindale, Allen Park, Lincoln Park, Taylor, Southgate, Dearborn, Southfield, Livoinia, Westland, Northville, Novi, Farmington Hills, Berkley, Oak Park, Hazel Park, Highland Park, Royal Oak, Beverly Hills, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Franklin, Bloomfield, West Bloomfield, Troy, Sterling Heights, Warren, Pontiac, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills, Waterford, Clarkson, Brighton, Brighton, Lake Orion, Burton, Flint, Fenton, Lapeer, Saginaw, Wixom, Grand Rapis, Ann Arbor, Livonia, Muskegon, Monroe, Ferndale, Wyandotte