It is more important than ever to limit the harm we cause to the planet God gave us. When it comes to construction, that’s no small order. Luckily, we at 4 Warriors have found a way to finish the job in an Earth-friendly way.
For ages, we had very few tools when it came to construction. At first, we used intensive and dangerous manual labor. Then when machines came along, they improved safety and efficiency but still carried plenty of risks and could still cause extensive environmental damage. Today, we have something far better: hydro excavation. This revolutionary tool is the best environmental choice for your next project. This can be demonstrated in three simple ways.
1. It’s Cleaner
Hydro excavation works but using high-powered water jets to excavate in the required space. It’s simple water, with no need for harsh chemicals or excess destruction. You won’t have to worry about toxins leaching into the nearby waters or about dangerously powerful excavation methods. The Lord created water for us, and we use it to alter His creation naturally.
2. It’s More Precise
We use GPS mapping to pinpoint exactly what needs to be excavated. The water jets will then precisely blast only what they need to. That means we can circumvent trees, plants, and their roots. At worst, they’ll get a bit of water to drink. A backhoe might powerful, but even the most skilled operators end up causing collateral damage to the environment. Getting it in and out of position in the first place can also be unnecessarily harmful. Our economically-designed hydrovac leaves a minimal footprint.
3. It’s More Efficient
Intuitively-designed, the hydrovac breaks up the dirt and vacuums it up simultaneously. Everything is sucked up into a handy tank, clearing the way for construction or repair to be done. When work is finished, we can then easily empty the tank back into the trench, leaving it as close to untouched as possible.
4 Warriors is committed to getting the job done the Earth-friendly way and at a reasonable price. For more information, contact us today.