With years of experience and knowledge in hydrovac excavating services, count on us for effective services. Book an appointment!
Big Iron Hydrovac is your go-to hydrovac company in Salmon Arm offering line flushing, video inspection, and hydro excavation services. Our technicians are well-trained and experienced in offering vacuum truck services in the area. Having state-of-the-art equipment, experienced and dedicated operators, and an experienced management team, we can complete day-to-day operations effectively which sets us apart from the rest.
Locate Lines and Utilities
We understand that difficult working conditions and cold climate have made it difficult to locate underground utility lines. Excavating with high-pressure waterlines and industrial vacuuming can help you identify hidden utility lines. From construction and electrical contractors to plumbers and civil contractors, we are happy to help them all in locating utility lines.
Storm Drain Cleaning
During storms, drain can become plugged with sand and debris-not really grease, chemicals and oil deposits. Thereby arising the need to clean them thoroughly. For such a cleaning process, high-velocity cleaning equipment and debris-removing vacuum are required. During the process, a powerful vacuum is used to remove the water-lossened debris.
Why Contractors Choose Us?
Whether you are a construction contractor or a plumber, you can choose us as we offer:
Video camera inspections
Big Iron Hydrovac Services started off with 1 truck in 2012. We got the second truck in 2015; and started to provide the video inspection service in 2017 to our clients. We offer 24-hour services for your convenience.
We can travel to your location to provide our services. Book an appointment today with our trained technicians.
Rely on us to use hydrovac for general cleaning and excavation applications such as daylighting.
Prompt Clean-up Services
Our team can rapidly clean out a culvert to do away with contaminated dirt and debris.
Thorough Pipe Inspection
We will find the cause of clogged lines or broken pipes through video inspection.