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Things To Ask An Excavation Contractor.

Just as you would do before hiring anyone to work on your property, whether that’s a roofer, plumber or some other contractor, there are a few keys things you want to ask an excavation contractor before using their services. If this is your first time hiring an excavation contractor, you have come to the right place! In this post, we will take a look at three key questions to ask before using an excavation service.

  1. What’s Going to Happen to my Property? If you meet an excavation contractor who tells you an excavation job can be performed without any disturbance to your property, they aren’t being honest with you. Especially with major excavation jobs, there’s going to be a pretty big mess. Ask the excavation contractor what steps they’ll take to keep disturbances to a minimum and what their plan of action is for cleanup after the job. You don’t want to be left with a messy yard once the contractors leave; you want to know how they’ll handle it.

  2. Where Will The Dirt go? It is extremely likely that dirt will be a part of the excavation process, whether it’s in your backyard or in your basement. Reputable excavation contractors will know what to do with the dirt so that you aren’t left with the mess afterwards. Ask the company how they will dispose of the dirt once the job is done.

  3. How Will You Keep My Underground Utilities Safe. You want to know that the safety of your utilities is a priority when excavators are working on your property. Ask the contractors how they plan to avoid hitting utility lines and keep your system damage-free during the job. If a utility line gets hit, you definitely want to know ahead of time what the company will do to fix the issue and cover the cost of damages.

For more information contact Mike he will be happy to walk you through the whole process.

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