Water excavation (hydrovac) is a very popular service that can be hired by anyone who plans a digging project, regardless the reasons.
Hydrovac is very effective in any type of climate, so it can be a great choice if you start your project in autumn, when the weather becomes colder. This technology allows safe and easy digging activities, performed even in cold ground, because many trucks provide heating facilities and pierce easily through hardened earth.
Traditional manual digging in cold weather starts with thawing the frozen soil, using coal and wood. Only after the soil is softened, a backhoe can be used to excavate. However, this process is very long because of the soil thawing, and chemicals are dispersed into the air because of wood and coal burning, which is harmful to the environment.
With hydro excavation, these downsides are gone, and labor and material costs are reduced considerably. Water excavators are designed to accomplish a digging project three times faster than traditional digging methods, which is another advantage in the fall season, when the daylight is dimming faster. One of the most significant advantages of water excavation is digging accuracy, which ensures safety and prevents irreparable damage to underground utility lines and pipes. For Hydrodig services, contact http://www.hydrodig.com/fort-worth-dallas/.