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Questions to Ask an Excavating Contractor

Before hiring an excavator, there are things a residential or commercial property owner should ask. A company will excavate land after a demolition project or during a new construction. Town or city regulations must be followed throughout the project to prevent contamination from run off or destruction of water or electrical lines. Learn questions you should ask before hiring a contractor to do a construction or demolition job for your home or business.

  • What services do you offer?
    Most excavating firms offer a full range of services. They excavate a yard to create an underground basement for a new building. They'll drill holes for concrete footings and dig out in-ground pool areas for the concrete base and walls. Earth moving equipment grades your land for a new driveway and then contractors come in with paving materials. During any of these building projects, they'll be moving dirt, so a yard will get very messy. It's important for a client to ask if clean up and landscaping is included in a quote.

  • What equipment do you use?
    Excavators use a range of heavy machinery that includes dump trucks, bucket loaders and backhoes. Bull dozers work effectively at moving earth in little time. The company's workers usually carry hand tools like shovels, rakes and hoes for finishing work.

  • Are your contractors licensed and bonded?
    It's best to hire companies that are licensed and bonded for insurance purposes. If someone breaks your electrical line or underground sewer pipes, they should be ready to pay the fees required to repair the damage.

  • Do you landscape the area when the project is complete?
    Excavation is a messy job, so make sure the company you hire does all landscaping afterward. If they do not, you will likely need someone to come in and handle the landscaping to restore a yard to eye-appealing quality.
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    Henson Construction Write review for this local business
    Gretna, VA 24557
    (434) 656-2636  
    Our excavating contractors are licensed and insured, serving the local and surrounding areas. We build custom homes and docks, and we also do general excavation.
    Prolifiscapes, Inc. Write review for this local business
    5603B W Friendly Ave Ste 291, Greensboro, NC 27410
    (336) 303-0669  
    Our skilled and professional landscape contractors provide Roanoke area clients with quality landscaping services, including design, installation and maintenance. Featuring pond installation and landscape lighting.
    Kbs Earthworks Inc.
    1 review: *****
    5616 Coble Church Rd, Julian, NC 27283
    (336) 362-0289 Write review for this local business

    "the service was great,very fast and efficient I totally recommend this company for all your grading and clearing needs ..."
    Thomas Brothers Write review for this local business
    523 Rutherford Ave NE, Roanoke, VA 24016
    (540) 857-0033  
    Roanoke Seat Cover Shop Write review for this local business
    2901 Williamson Rd NW, Roanoke, VA 24012
    (540) 563-4919  
    Rite-Way Excavating Write review for this local business
    6520 Forest View Rd, Roanoke, VA 24018
    (540) 774-1114  
    Joe Bandy & Son Inc Write review for this local business
    1801 Murry Rd SW, Roanoke, VA 24018
    (540) 342-5187  
    Fralin & Carter Excavation LLC Write review for this local business
    2404 Electric Rd, Roanoke, VA 24018
    (540) 204-4247  
    L & S Plumbing & Excavating Inc Write review for this local business
    3656 Peters Creek Road Ext SW, Roanoke, VA 24018
    (540) 266-7922  
    Baron Enterprises of VA Inc Write review for this local business
    2111 Chestnut Oak Ct SW, Roanoke, VA 24018
    (540) 989-7646  
    Russell Short Inc Write review for this local business
    101 Irene Dr, Vinton, VA 24179
    (540) 890-6025  
    Brandon's Lawncare & Landscaping Write review for this local business
    Vinton, VA 24179
    (540) 765-7801  
    Holt Inc Write review for this local business
    6613 Jordantown Rd, Vinton, VA 24179
    (540) 890-0938  
    Prentice Lowe & Son Excavating & Hauling Write review for this local business
    7565 Hardy Rd, Hardy, VA 24101
    (540) 890-9494  
    Thomas Bros LTD Write review for this local business
    494 Glenmore Dr, Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 389-8193  
    King's Hauling & Excavating Inc Write review for this local business
    3954 W Main St, Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 380-3901  
    Garry Epperly Excavating Backhoe Service Write review for this local business
    Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 387-2122  
    Hale Roger Grading & Excavating Contractor Write review for this local business
    4264 Spicewood Ln, Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 380-3101  
    Dallas Construction Write review for this local business
    1114 Delaware St, Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 375-3199  
    Salem Paving Corp Write review for this local business
    Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 387-3618  
    Alexander & Son Excavating & Landscaping Write review for this local business
    Salem, VA 24153
    (540) 314-7832  
    Plunkett & Son Excavating Inc. Write review for this local business
    Hardy, VA 24101
    (540) 493-1229  
    Hubband Excavating Write review for this local business
    2805 Blacksburg Rd, Troutville, VA 24175
    (540) 992-4954  

    Excavation contractors specialize in the stage of preparing land for use which comes between the demolition of preexisting structures and the construction of new ones. Customers may potentially be able to hire businesses to excavate varied types of properties. Moreover, they should be aware of how successfully contractors can work with professionals from such related areas of expertise as construction and demolition.

    An individual planning to hire a company to excavate properties should make sure that these contractors have sufficient quantities of equipment on hand before beginning work. For one, businesses in this field might be called upon to drill underground in order to establish spaces for electrical utilities. Other potentially useful items of machinery can comprise backhoes, dozers and crawlers. Any of these could be used to transport heavy quantities of dirt and create trenches. Once contractors have cleared and excavated land to a sufficient degree, that property can be put to new uses. As mentioned previously, electrical utilities could be laid in trenches. Earth might also be excavated to allow for building foundations to be laid. Rather than whole buildings, such properties can allow for the concrete paving of roads. Typically, only after the dozing and moving of dirt around a landscape can concrete layers be set. In addition to complementing construction and demolition, excavation companies may also be involved with a range of professions, in this case those directly working for them. One particular skill set for excavation contractors consists of grading soil. Excavators may also need to possess knowledge of the mining industry. Lastly, excavating professionals must be prepared to meet client demands and requests, both for information and for services.

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