Rootcontrollers Australia is proud to offer a genuine revolution in digging technology. Hydro-excavation is a state-of-the-art high pressure system offering, for the first time in Australia, the world’s best practice in non-destructive digging (NDD). We use the process for a range of services, including:
Far superior to traditional digging methods, the process of hydro digging involves the removal of soil with highly pressurised water. It offers minimal risk of damaging essential service and utility pipes and cables located underground. There are many additional benefits to choosing hydro-excavation over conventional digging, some of which you can learn about further below.
One of the key advantages of our excavation services in Melbourne is we can reach a maximum depth of 2000mm, or in the right soil conditions, 3000-4000mm. This enables us to achieve faster, more comprehensive exposure of tree root systems with minimal damage. The dynamic hydro excavations technology we use also gives us the ability to operate close to existing above ground structures without causing unnecessary destruction. Not only does this save time when compared to traditional excavation in Melbourne, but it also saves money due to hydro digging minimising the risk of costly damage. Our team are happy to discuss your needs and detail how you can benefit from our services in non-destructive excavation in Melbourne.
NDD, or non-destructive digging, is simply another name for hydro-excavation. In Melbourne, the process of non-destructive hydro digging is often referred to as NDD for short. It involves using the power of a high-pressure stream of water to blast through dirt, clay and other substances.
Wondering why you should consider hydro-excavation in Melbourne? Here are just a few benefits of NDD:
For fast and efficient results anywhere across Melbourne, get in touch with the hydro-excavation professionals at Rootcontrollers Australia today. Call 1300 348 068 or contact us online to discuss your needs and find out more about our services, including hydro and vacuum excavation in Melbourne.