Foundation Excavation and Preparation
As a contractor, you need a qualified excavation contractor experienced in landscape construction to prepare the site for the foundation of a new home or addition. Foundation excavation requires proper site preparation and grading so your new home or addition project is built to last. It's not just about digging a hole and pouring concrete. It's also about preserving the rest of your property: do you need to move and preserve any plants or shrubs for later planting around the new addition?
Services for general contractors include:
- Residential Home Foundations
- Commercial Building Foundations
- Basement Excavation
- Footer Excavation
- Septic and Sewage Excavation
- Site Preparation
- Site Elevation and Grade
- Foundation Drainage Systems
- Retaining Walls
- Underground Utilities
By working with us you can take advantage of not only our years of experience, but also the wide array of excavation vehicles we bring to the table. We can also remove existing foundations and unwanted buildings as a properly licensed and insured demolition contractor. We've got a long history of working with contractors and property owners to deliver the best result in the shortest amount of time.
Foundation excavation and preparation gallery
Below you can see a gallery of some of our various projects, including foundation excavation and site preparation, as well as working alongside other contractors.
We all know a solid foundation is the most important part of any project. Without properly compacted soil or appropriate sloping and water runoff mitigation, natural settling or weather elements can ruin property and structures. Request a consultation to start your construction project right. We can even help you find contractors for additional parts of your project.
We would highly recommend New England Enterprises to anyone who is need of excavation services. We had a very wet cellar as the result of a collapsed drainpipe. Touré and Paul responded to our needs in a prompt and professional manner. They explained the problem to us in terms that we could understand and were… “John Curcio and Michelle Spirlet”