Suction excavation

Why suck out the soil when you can dig it? We'll tell you why!

The suction excavator is specially developed to suck up the soil and limit the risks involved with excavation. Suction excavation is quicker, more precise, and it minimises damage to cables, pipes and tree roots. It is also the best solution for those hard-to-reach places or for contaminated soil! So NO WORRIES! We will sort it for you.

What can we do?

Soil decontamination

Removal of roof gravel

Enlarging the crawl space

Removal of tree soil

Using suction to clear out cables and pipes

We are able to remove soil from hard-to-reach places with our suction excavators. Whether it is roof gravel, contaminated soil or clay, we can handle it!
Besides the fact that we are able to remove many kinds of soil, we also minimise the chance of damage to cables and pipes. Damage is mainly prevalent when digging trenches in high-risk environments, and this can have major consequences. To prevent this, it is recommended to use suction excavation in areas with cables and pipes.

As previously mentioned, the suction excavator is particularly well suited to get to hard-to-reach places like crawl spaces and basements. These are often tiny spaces in which it is difficult to dig. It's here that suction excavation also offers the solution. Using a hose with a diameter of 25 centimetres we will remove soil from almost every hard-to-reach location. The powerful installation sucks out all soil, sand and stones through a hatch or small opening in the foundation. Without backhoes we are able to skilfully create a deeper crawl space or basement under an existing home. This makes it a lot easier to install floor insulation for example. It couldn't be simpler!

When wouldn't you use suction excavation?

We are an expert partner and ensure our customers have all the information they need. Suction excavation limits the risk of damage and is great to use in hard-to-reach places. Even when dealing with stones, roof gravel or any other material, suction excavation is a good alternative, but when there are no cables and pipes and no risk of damage, it is faster and cheaper to go for regular excavation instead.

To sum up all the benefits:

• Accurate
• No damage
• Less laborious
• Safe method
• All Benelux countries covered