It Pays to Think Small When Trying to Tap the Hydroexcavation Market

Some contractors opt for smaller trailer-mounted units when getting started in the vacuum excavation game

It Pays to Think Small When Trying to Tap the Hydroexcavation Market

Vac-Con’s Mudslinger is an example of a smaller, trailer-mounted unit that makes it easier for contractors to start offering vacuum excavation services. 


Investing in a large hydrovac unit isn’t always feasible for contractors like Jim Tieffel who don’t do a lot of hydroexcavation work to begin with. Currently when Tieffel, a plumbing contractor in Alabama, finds an underground pipe that needs replacing, he calls upon others to...

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