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Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Trenching Contractor

When searching for a trenching contractor, there are many pitfalls to avoid. When moving forward with the project, you should not cut corners or simply look for the cheapest cost. There are many things to consider before you hire a contractor for the job. The following are questions to ask before making a decision on a trenching company or contractor.

  • What are your credentials?
    A trenching contractor is not necessarily required to have any special training. There are certain training programs, registrations and licenses available for this type of contractor. Find out what they have experience with. Any project may entail that the contractor knows how to excavate, dig and shore. Ask for references and research the company to determine the experience of the contractor. Depending on the project, make sure the contractor has adequate knowledge on sheeting and drainage systems.

  • What work will be done?
    When you are receiving quotes for a project, contractors may be quoting for different amounts of work. You want to ensure that the project is being done correctly. Whether it is a commercial or residential home improvement project, you need to make sure the work is completed. During the process, the contractor should properly use safety techniques such as sheeting. The full process should also require the contractor to excavate, dig and shore.

  • Is there a warranty?
    Many projects will have a limited warranty included with the work. Find out the details of the warranty and what is covered. If a water pump is being installed, you want to be sure this is covered along with the drainage system.
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    Some trenching projects are small enough for homeowners to complete on their own as a home improvement project. However, there are professional contractors available to excavate land for irrigation and draining needs. Contractors are available for residential homes to ensure water is draining properly from the land or from a pool area in a backyard. They can install gutters to control where water falls, dig deep holes for wells, and do underground trenching. To learn all of the services available by contractors, call and speak to several trenching companies.

    Contractors must be licensed in order to work for a trenching company. They must be educated and trained to work with machinery that excavates and forms trenches. Contractors must maintain this license by keeping it up to date, which may mean renewing it annually. Through training, contractors learn how to pump water out of an area and how to form trenches to properly irrigate land. Excavation projects for residential, commercial, and industrial construction sites must be carefully orchestrated to keep workers safe while digging deep trenches.

    Customers can find a company that rents shore trenching equipment for their own project if they don't want to buy the equipment themselves. Rental prices vary on the type of equipment and how long it is to be rented for. A contractor who needs special equipment to irrigate land can rent it for the duration of the project. Some rental companies only rent equipment to professional contractors, due to safety reasons. However, home improvement stores may sell trenching and irrigation equipment to the public.