Here are some snaps taken during a recent job where a replacement water pipe was fitted under a customers garden.
The pipe needed to be connected to the water main, then under this hedge, under the lawn and rockery and in to the house:
First, holes were dug at the ends of the pipe run and where the pipe had to go through a right angle, then the Grundomat Thrust Borer was used to accurately join up the holes and the new pipe was threaded through.
The new pipe in the correct place ready to connect to the internal plumbing.
All the holes were then filled up, turf put back, rockery replaced and all mess cleared away. As you can see from these “after” photos, our trenchless methods allow us to lay pipes with very little damage to the customers property.