Hydrovac Services

Our hydrovac services are a much safer alternative to hydrovac excavation operations than what took place in the past, and undoubtedly comply with our duty and dedication to be safe. With the use of hydrovacs, overall efficacy is improved, avoiding serious injury or death to workers and the public, as well as “hits” or “strikes” on underground utility lines, cables, or pipes. 1888 Industrial Services uses Vactor HXX model trucks, because they offer a nondestructive solution for utility and municipal applications, and are versatile enough to excavate using water in high risk areas.

HydroVac Excavation Services

Our Hydrovac industrial company soperates on the principle of maximum efficiency and safety for the environment and your enterprise. If necessary, for earthworks at any commercial, industrial or municipal facilities, we use hydraulic pumps, which allows us to transport and dispose of the material without causing any harm to the environment or the underground infrastructure itself.

When working with us, you get not only professional workers who have been working in the field for years, but also the latest equipment. Our hydrovac trucks are considered the cleanest and safest way to clean up the soil and dispose of any unwanted objects.


We use high-pressure water and an industrial vacuum cleaner to break up the soil and collect debris. At the same time, we use only the latest technologies and equipment, which allows you to reduce costs while increasing the efficiency of your enterprise. But the main reason why the services of hydraulic units are so important in a modern industrial zone is the elimination of the risk of damage and possible breakdowns, or even injury to personnel caused by this.

Our hydrovac offerings include:

  • Potholing
  • Keyhole Repairs
  • Water Excavation
  • Precise Excavation
  • Slot Trenching
  • Vac trucks
  • Water Valve Box Repair or Utility and Line Locating
  • HDD Drilling Mud Recovery
  • Pit and Tank Cleaning
  • Hydro Excavation
  • Visually Locating Underground Utilities in Tight Spaces