Trenchless Technology: The benefits of directional drilling in Mississauga
Horizontal directional drilling significantly reduces the impact of the increasing demands on drainage and sewer networks. By lessening the impact on the environment, the technology increases the safety of civil constructing and reduces the disruption to the environment, to clients and the public.
Horizontal directional drilling produces significantly less waste than traditional open cut trenching methods, which in turn reduces the amount of time on a site; thus making trenchless technology a prefered method for environmentally friendly and cost effective installation of piping and conduits.
Horizontal directional drilling is less costly and time consuming than traditional excavation and restoration, which means that installations can be completed in less time. There is no need to remove and replace or repair expensive landscaping as the entry and exit holes are small. Backfilling is not an issue, which means that the project is not affected by seasonal temperature fluctuations.
Horizontal directional drilling does not impose nearly as much inconvenience on the construction site and its surrounds. Roads don't need to be closed and traffic does not have to be redirected, as construction takes place underground and the site is significantly smaller than it would be with open cut excavation. Normal traffic patterns can be maintained, which means that HDD is not detrimental to business. The fact that HDD is much quieter is another important benefit.