If you need to excavate under a concrete slab, there are some things you will want to consider before getting started. The first thing is safety. The owner of our company will work with the excavation team to ensure a safety plan is set in place for the project. We make sure the plumber has identified where the pipe break or leak is to determine how many linear feet we need to dig out. We also make sure the excavator has an accurate map drawn of where we will be digging. The next thing is to determine how deep under the slab we need to go in order for our plumber to access and repair or replace pipes.
– – How Deep should We Dig?
After determining how many linear feet, it’s time to find out how deep below grade that pipe needs to be accessed so that the plumber can do their job.
– Safety. You should always pay special attention to safety and comply with local regulations, especially if you are working in an urban or industrial area. For example, one of the most important pieces of equipment for excavation work is a respirator mask that will protect your respiratory system from noxious fumes from oil paints, adhesives, and sealants
A company like TunnelNow.com digs and excavates tunnels that go 3 feet deep and 3 feet wide. We create access holes that provide easy access for the plumbers to enter and exit the under slab tunneling. They can dig up to 6 feet deep if they need to find a broken pipe. If there are beams in the digger’s path, then he will need to take out the dirt. If we need to make repairs to the sewer line: the excavating trenches to install new water and sewer lines.
Excavating under a concrete slab?
We are an insured company that specializes in excavating under concrete slabs for the purpose of reaching plumbing pipes, sewer lines, or drain lines. Our team is experienced and qualified to perform this service with minimal disruption to your property.
We work with licensed master plumbing companies providing excavating and hand digging under concrete slabs of houses or buildings to allow the plumber to reach plumbing pipes. This is the best way for plumbing contractors to get access to your sewer or drain lines so the plumber can make the necessary repairs, pipe replacement, or re-routes.
Excavation under the concrete slab is a necessary service for many homeowners.
We have years of experience in this field and know how to work with any type of soil condition. From clay-like soils to hard rock, we can handle it all! Our team will take care of everything from start to finish so you don’t have to worry about anything but getting back on track with life as quickly as possible.
Our team has been doing this job for years, and we have all the right equipment and expertise necessary to do it well. We’ll work quickly, efficiently, and with minimal disruption so you don’t need to worry about any messes left behind when our work is done. You won’t find another company like ours around!
Contact us today at (713) 321-2657 if you want an estimate on how much it would cost for our under-slab tunneling services!