Frequently Asked Questions

The term horizontal directional drilling is most commonly used to describe any trenchless drilling or boring that doesn't go vertically down in a straight line. In some cases, drillers need to avoid rock formations or other geological formations, which necessitates deviation from the obstacle. Boring is the process of enlarging a hole that has already been drilled.

The cost of horizontal directional drilling varies substantially depending on the project. The price of smaller projects is usually set as a lump sum; large-scale projects are most commonly billed per meter and according to the length of the pipe or hole.

Horizontal Directional Drilling utilizes a trenchless system which means you do not have to dig up your whole yard. HDD is less destructive, faster and a more efficient means of replacing your water or sewer line as it leaves your landscape intact.

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