If you need to get pipes underground and don’t want to dig a trench, consider pipe boring. Also known as directional drilling or directional boring, this is a great solution when you don’t want to dig up a yard or disturb the environment.
Pipe boring consists of three steps: first, we drill a hole at a pre-determined spot which is where the pipe or conduit will be received. Then, we widen this hole so that it can accommodate the pipe, cable or conduit and finally the pipe is placed in the hole. Directional drilling can be done vertically as well as horizontally and can go under existing structures and around buildings. Plus, we can use this technique indoors as well as outdoor.
If you need pipe installed 400 feet underground or less and don’t want to do it trenchless, give us a call.