EBY Paving & Construction is equipped to handle a variety of excavation projects. We approach every project, no matter how large or small, with the same level of professionalism and consistency.
You’ll interact with the same person throughout your project and they’ll work to thoroughly understand your needs before your project starts. We excel in drainage management and grading to give you an end result that is functional and cost-effective.
Whether your project is 1 acre or 100 acres, we do our best to understand the entire scope of a project and create an excavation plan that will both address current needs and anticipate future problems.
EBY Paving & Construction can handle every aspect of excavation, including:
If you are looking to solve a problem at your home or business and you’re pretty sure it will involve digging or moving dirt from one place to another, request a free estimate to find out how we can help.
Most likely, yes. Contact your local municipality to see if any permits are needed. You are required to make sure all permits are in place before work begins. We can’t start your project without them. If you can’t obtain a permit because of unavoidable scheduling conflicts, we can obtain it for you, for a fee.
What is compaction and why is it important in excavation?
Compaction is the process of cutting and reshaping the earth. To be effective, it needs to happen in stages, which are commonly called lifts. Compaction ensures that the dirt does not move later once paving and other parts of construction are complete. Improper compaction can lead to uneven driveways, sidewalks, and other problems in the long term. EBY Paving & Construction follows industry best practices for compaction and does not cut corners to complete a job more quickly.
What role does drainage play in excavation?
A big part of excavation, and construction in general, is controlling the flow of water from one place to another. In order for a project to be successful, you need to be thinking about drainage from the outset. If you don’t, then water will erode the project over time, leading to costly repairs later. We are always thinking about drainage and talk with our customers about water flow during the initial estimate and site visit. We take care to do the job right the first time, rather than cutting corners to complete a project as quickly as possible.