Detailed Excavation services in Elkhart, Bristol, and Granger, IN.
What is included in our excavation services?
Not all property projects are simple or pretty to look at, but they are necessary, and the definition of “trust the process.” Our professional excavation services are thorough and safe, clearing the way for new construction projects and opportunities on your property, big or small. In addition, we guarantee every piece of foliage, such as tree stumps, bushes, and plants, is cleared away so you can start your next project off right!
Why should I choose Busy Lil Beavers?
- Every relationship we have is professional, personal, and practical
- Our team offers free estimates to every new customer
- The level of quality we offer is unmatched, no matter what job we do
- We offer the ultimate level of customer satisfaction to everyone
What good does excavation do for my landscape or home?
Clears out stubborn leftover greenery and minerals
It seems simple to clear out grass, weeds, plants, and other smaller pieces of greenery – but sometimes, the bigger plants are more stubborn than the rest. Excavation helps rid your landscape of stumps, large roots, and minerals like large rocks hidden just beneath the surface that can cause problems later on.
Provides you with a blank space to start your project
It’s hard starting a new project, especially one this large when the project zone is riddled with “blemishes” from foliage to stone. However, proper excavation clears these blemishes to create the perfect blank canvas to plan, design, and, eventually, make something new!
Allows you to efficiently expand your property
There is much you can do to change your landscape for the better, from mulch installation to whole renovation projects. However, with professional excavation services, you can expand your lawn and extend its use beyond what was previously possible!
What are some things to know about excavation?
There are four main types of excavation
Earth, muck, topsoil, and rock make up these four kinds of excavation services. Earth is great for grading and foundations, muck is removing very wet soil from the ground, topsoil refers to removing any vegetation and the top layer of the soil, and rock requires large rocks to be broken into smaller pieces before removal.
Preconstruction is an important step for your contractor
It’s essential to have the excavation contractor you’ve hired be a part of the preconstruction process. They’re some of the first people to view your job site and help you plan your upcoming project. This step is crucial to confirming what needs to be done, how long it will take, and how the process is done.