Excavation Drainage & Grading Services
New England Enterprises offers complete excavation drainage and grading services to handle all your land cleaning to drain field installation needs. We've got the heavy-duty machinery for all projects, along with the know-how to tailor projects to the unique needs of yourself, the project, and the property. We'll help you improve your lot from the ground up, with the best grading, drainage, and excavation, along with site preparation.
We specialize in excavation drainage and grading for:
- Commercial and Residential Building Foundations
- Drainage and Water Runoff Mitigation
- Ground Stability and Grading
- Septic Tanks and Drainage Fields
- Driveway Preparation and Replacement
- Commercial and Residential Site Preparation
From excavating foundations, water lines, septic systems and installing driveways, we complete the project start to finish. We provide only the highest quality of work: short cuts will only cost you time and money in the long run, something our customer testimonials can attest to. Let us show you how we can direct you in the most efficient way to do your project.
Excavation drainage gallery
Check out our excavation gallery below to see the process of readying a lot adjacent to an owner's home. The area was first excavated with a backhoe, graded, and then filled with drainage material to resolve a flooding issue with the home. Similar processes are used when preparing an area for a driveway installation: see our Driveways section for more details. With all these projects, using the right materials and machinery makes all the difference in the results and their longevity.
Contact us for a consultation, and we'll build you a plan to see your project come to fruition.
Touré was absolutely fantastic to work with. He took time to understand our goals. He explained our options and met our needs. He was super responsive, fair, honest and trustworthy. We were up against some add-ons which were the right things to do. His quote was exact, no surprises. New England Enterprises were referred by… “Jeff Provost”