If you need to dig in an area that is not safe for traditional equipment or is too unstable for large machinery to drive on, hydro excavating is the solution you need. Often businesses or homes situated in the middle of a busy city have a large amount of cables under the ground surrounding them. Digging with a backhoe or shovel causes disastrous consequences, running the risk of interfering with power, cable, phone, or Internet service in the area. Our hydro excavation company is dedicated to providing you with the safest excavation service in the industry, ensuring that everything goes smoothly without any unnecessary damage.

Hydro vacuum excavation is used in areas where cable lines, pipes, fiber optic cables, and other delicate pieces of infrastructure are present, without causing any damage. Our hydro excavation service enables us to dig through difficult surfaces that would otherwise be impenetrable substances, such as firm clay, dirt combined with rocks, or frozen ground under the snow. This specialized system of dirt removal easily handles the toughest of surfaces with ease, saving you time and money on otherwise costly earth removal techniques that are unable to deal with such situations.

Our hydro excavating service uses a concentrated, focused water spray to break up the earth and dig out the area that needs to be exhumed. This non-destructive, non-mechanical process utilizes pressure and industrial strength vacuums to break up the soil and suck it away all at the same time. Our highly trained technicians select the right pressure to remove the earth without causing damage to any fragile elements under the surface. At the same time, we use what is known as hydro vacuum excavation, using the best vacuums on the market, to remove the loosened dirt from the area before it has a chance to re-settle.

This process is repeated until the excavation removes all the unwanted dirt from the area. The dirt can then be removed or re-purposed for a variety of other tasks, from filling other holes to saving for construction projects.


Hydro excavation may sound like a niche construction system, however it has many applications. One of the most useful utilizations of this type of excavation is for daylighting. Since this system uses only water, it can safely reveal sensitive utility lines without causing them any damage, perfect when you need to repair underground cables. Potholing is another extremely common use, requiring a precise hole to be dug in order to install poles or street signs. Since these objects need to be installed in locations with a lot of existing infrastructure, our hydro excavation company ensures safe, quick digging that won’t damage any of the surrounding cables. Other common uses include:

  • Debris removal
  • Exposing utilities
  • Remote digging
  • Cold weather digging
  • Slot trenching
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If you need any of these services completed, or have any other job that you think needs our services, do not hesitate to seek our help. We are equipped to handle the most sensitive of excavation jobs, allowing us to dig in places you might not have thought possible. Even the coldest of winter weather cannot stop us from digging. Trucks used for this type of excavation are equipped with water heaters, allowing us to slice through the toughest of frozen ground with ease. More than that, no matter what the temperature, hydro excavation is extremely fast. The power of water will absolutely amaze you.

Whether paired with water or used on its own, hydro vacuum excavation is the best choice for moving dirt. Our company uses only the best equipment available, ensuring that the job is done safely, quickly, and affordably. If you need debris cleared or large quantities of dirt moved, there is no more efficient option than using a hydro vacuum system. Sucking up debris has never been easier than when we use our high-powered suction device to power through the largest of jobs.

Contact us today for reliable hydro excavation services. We are proud to serve St. Louis, St. Charles County, Wentzville, St. Peters, St. Charles, Missouri, and the surrounding area.