Vacuum excavation is the smart way to dig. Also, known as non-destructive digging, it is a cost effective and time saving method of digging safely around tree roots, telecommunication wires, underground pipes and utilities.
Vacuum excavation is the use of a high-powered water gun to blast impacted mud or clay into a slurry mixture then using the extended vacuum hose to suck the waste out of the hole or trench into the tank.
The waste is then removed off site and the hole backfilled to leave a clean and tidy site.
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Heritage Vacuum Excavations is a Brisbane-based vacuum excavation company with a fleet of state-of-the-art vacuum trucks covering the wider Queensland area.
Working alongside their sister company Heritage Tree Care, they specialise in digging safely around tree roots without damaging the trees.
If you have protected trees or trees of sentimental value, using non-destructive digging to ensure their safety is imperative.
All operators are qualified arborists and are experts in using vacuum excavation.
Vacuum excavation is also useful for performing deep root aeration, where holes are dug in hard, impacted ground, around ill or declining trees and then refilled with organic matter to allow water to access the roots and rejuvenate the tree.