Trenching units vary in size and utilize a boom on the back that has cutting blades designed for specific soil or rock conditions. The trench travels along churning up the earth and creating a trench. Depending on what is being buried the trencher will create an open slit in the earth about 6″-12″ inches in width and a depth ranging from 24″ to 60″ depth. The crew will then “place” the cable or pipe and back-filled the trench. This method of burial is best utilized in more rural areas such as along roads, through fields, and in new construction zones.
When you factor in all these concerns and variables, you may come to appreciate the peace of mind that can be gained by hiring We-Bore-It to do all this work for you. Call us today at (800) 864-8857 for a free quote or request one online by clicking here.