New Water Route Boring
Whether a local authority requirement, system refurbishment and expansion or new build property we can provide a comprehensive new water route boring service.
Thrust boring has been the quickest and most economic method to create new pipe, drain and water routes for many years and we offer a complete service to local authorities, main contractors and other customers across London and the South East. Using a soil displacement hammer technique a mole thrust borer is forced by compressed air through all kinds of compressible ground to leave a perfectly sized borehole with no or very little surface disturbance.
Compared to traditional open trench techniques thrust boring of new water routes in incredibly quick and low cost, it is also adaptable and can be used to carry out excavation free replacement of lead supply pipes or other water and mains pipework.
Key features of our new water rout moling and thrust boring services include;
- Less expensive than trenching
- Minimal excavation requirements
- Reduced disruption and schedules
- Can run under roads and pathways
- Moling is suitable for all soil types
- We are NRSWA approved for public highways works
Fully insured, health and safety compliant and approved by Thames Water, Kent County Council, WIAPS, NRSWA and Safecontractor you can rely on us to provide cost effective and quickly turned around new water route boring of the highest quality standards.
Based in Kent we provide our range of plumbing services to commercial and domestic clients across London and the South East. Some of the locations we regularly visit include Maidstone, Gillingham, Chatham, Medway, Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Hastings, Eastbourne, Brighton, Southend, Basildon, Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich, Norwich, Cambridge, Bedford, Luton, Stevenage, Harlow, Portsmouth, Southampton, Reading, Guildford, Sutton, Barnet, Brent, Hounslow, Bromley and Basingstoke.
Whatever your new water route requirements, speak to the experts at Capelwood Utilities for the comprehensive, low disturbance thrust-boring and moling approach; contact us today to arrange a no obligation survey and quotation with one of our water engineering team.