On Demand Excavation has the equipment and trained staff to perform a variety of jobs, from trench-less pipe repair and directional drilling, to prepping new construction sites and clearing catch basins. We’re prepared to respond to your plumbing emergency 24 hours a day to scope out the problem and provide a solution, returning your business or home to normal quickly and thoughtfully.
Parking Lot Grading and Asphalt
Commercial Building and Business Park
Emergency Sewer & Water Line Repair
Ready to respond to either interior or exterior jobs, we are equipped to handle breaks or leaks in main water lines or sewer lines in both residential and commercial systems. On Demand Excavation is capable of serving HOA and Municipality requests as well.
Rain drain, area drain and catch basin cleaning and inspections.
Capable of performing leak repairs in main water lines for HOAs and Municipalities as well as any residential or commercial water line repairs.
Sewer Line Repair
If you suspect there is an issue with your home or business’ sewage system, taking action to solve the problem right away can prevent a much bigger one from developing. Burst pipes, leaks from root intrusions and deterioration of pipe lining due to old age or environmental factors are all major threats to the overall health of your sewage system. On Demand Excavation also offers drain clean-out installations.
The plumbing lines in your home and business undergo a daily wear and tear. Over time, pipes transporting water have a tendency to leak and clog up due to corrosion and sediment within them. If you notice any of the following symptoms, a professional inspection may be necessary to determine the cause and make the repairs.
Pipes aged 40-50 years should be inspected and may be in need of replacement.
Condensation is common to see on the outside of some pipes due to temperature variations, but active leaks are a problem that need to be addressed right away to avoid further damage.
Visibly corroded or rusty pipes should be replaced as soon as possible to avoid springing leaks and bursting.
Low water pressure is another reason to have your pipes inspected. Noticeably lower water pressure could be caused by a number of things, including sediment buildup inside the pipes which can create blockages.
Visibly dirty water, or water with an unpleasant taste or odor is another reason to have your water lines inspected. Old plumbing systems can have rust or other contaminants that eventually affect water quality.
Trenchless Pipe Repair & Replacement
Otherwise known as CIPP, or, Cured in Place Pipe is a modern way of repairing underground pipes without the need to disrupt the ground above them. Excavating large sections of ground in order to repair pipes ruins the landscape and takes much more time, making trenchless pipe repair more practical, and more affordable.
Catch Basin Cleaning
Catch Basins must be cleaned regularly in order to maintain proper function. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends catch basins be cleaned once the collective amount of solids reaches around one-third the depth from the bottom to the lowest pipe into or out of the basin. Regular cleaning of catch basins is critical to prevent flooding and overflows.
Water Heater Repair & Installation
If you are experiencing fluctuations in water temperature, see visible leaks, or have lost hot water altogether, On Demand Excavation is prepared to diagnose the issue and repair or replace whatever necessary to resolve the problem.
Starting with a visual inspection of the problem pipe from the inside, we can gain valuable information that will help determine how to handle the blockage or break. A video inspection is how this can be achieved, allowing us to view the inside of your pipelines or plumbing system with a high definition camera on the end of a long cable. This method offers a quick and inexpensive way to learn what the issue is and how to proceed.
Trenchless Boring Services
Water Damage Restoration
Storm Water Management
On Demand Excavation
On Demand Excavation has the equipment and trained staff to perform a variety of jobs, from trench-less pipe repair and directional drilling, to prepping new construction sites and clearing catch basins.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have continued to impact businesses across the country, and we’re thankful for the support of our loyal customers and our community to carry us through these uncertain times. To make sure we keep our valued customers and staff safe during our operations, we’ve implemented the following safety measures.
Limit sharing of tools, and equipment, and perform frequent cleaning and wipe-downs with disinfecting wipes.
Use of face coverings and diligence regarding social distancing where possible.
Attention to safe work practices.
No - contact payment.
Management and Team Practices
Monitor local and state public health information regarding COVID-19.
Daily employee health screening.
Communicate with contractors, clients, suppliers, and partners on company health and safety policies.
Encourage customers who are ill to contact us to work out a safe solution.