Directional Boring in Yuba City, CA
AKA—Horizontal Directional Drilling in California
From trenchless pipe replacement to line repair with minimal disruption to buildings, landscaping, sidewalk, and parking lots, there’s no end to innovation in the plumbing industry.
Should you need your home or commercial plumbing worked on, it’s never been easier to avoid the cleanup headaches after the fact.
We at Fletcher’s Plumbing have you covered.
Horizontal directional drilling, or boring, is a trenchless method of installing underground pipe, conduit, or cable along a prescribed bore path by using a surface-launched drilling rig, with minimal impact on the surrounding area. Directional boring is used when trenching or excavating is not practical, such as in tighter urban areas and sections of land with a lot of tree roots. It is suitable for a variety of soil conditions and commercial applications including buildings, roads, and landscaping. You can reap the benefits of this process in a wide range of projects.
Pipe can be made of PVC, polyethylene, polypropylene, Ductile iron, and steel. Solid rock or sedimentary material works best for pulling the material through during the trenchless pipe replacement process. Cobblestone, on the other hand, is not recommended for use during horizontal directional drilling.
Fletcher Plumbing prides itself on being one of the first companies in our area to tackle all forms of trenchless pipe replacement methods and continues to explore all new methods such as pipelining. With our newest option of repair or replacement, we can build a new pipe inside your old pipe if conditions allow. In addition to replacement, we can do spot repairs without digging. As professional boring contractors, we have the experience and equipment to handle commercial, as well as, residential sewer installation, maintenance, repair, and replacement jobs. If you’re in need of directional boring in Yuba City, California, contact us using the schedule service link below. You can also reach out to us at (530) 285-3785 to ask questions and learn more about this revolutionary service.