Here are some photos of a recent Trenchless Public Sewer Conversion that we completed. The client was connecting to public sewer and we were abandoning the old septic tank. We were able to use micro-tunneling equipment to bore a hole from the public sewer main up to the house where the original septic line left the house. In doing this we were able to save the clients paved drive and their beloved ornamental garden which the client had spent years growing.
When is Directional Drilling Right For Me?
Do you have a failed water service? Poor water pressure? Are you converting to public sewer? Or Natural Gas? Do you need to add a drain where excavation would be difficult or impossible? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, one of our boring or drilling services might be right for you! Through choosing one of our trenchless drilling, boring or micro-tunneling services, Pipeshark can save you a lot of cost and aggravation.
Micro-tunneling, Directional Drilling, and Stitch Boring
While most of our services are focused on replacing and rehabilitating existing pipes or conduit, PIpeshark also offers several trenchless technologies which allow for the installation of new lines or casings with minimal excavation. These services can be used for gravity drainage, pressure and conduit applications. Our variations in equipment allow us to design a solution around a projects specific criteria. For example we can configure our equipment to perform in various situations such as from an existing structure/building to an excavated area, or another structure/building, or any combination of the above. Most of our projects are focused around pressure sewer, potable water, gas, and electrical installations. However the equipment is precise enough to perform gravity applications such as sanitary sewer and stormwater installations.