Excavation Daniel Roy
RBQ : 8280-6670-11









PHONE.: 819-838-1138

Contactz-us!
info@excavationdanielroy.com

Cell.: 819-571-4643 FAX : 819-838-1197


571, CH. COREY,
AYER'S CLIFF (QUÉBEC)
J0B 1C0
GENERAL EXCAVATION & MINI-EXCAVATION
EXCAVATION GÉNÉRALE & MINI-EXCAVATION


SEPTIC INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION SEPTIQUE

DEMOLITION
DÉMOLITION



General Excavation:

• Access roadways (courtyard entrance)
• Clear land for future construction, stump removal, leveling etc.
• Excavation for foundations
• Ditches
• Trenches for water, gas, electricity, and drains, etc.
• etc….

Drainage for Foundations:

This kind of drainage requires specialized construction techniques which ensure that buildings are protected against humidity. We recommend that you have a drain installed at the base of the house footings so as to prevent water entry into the basement. This will also prevent humidity from entering and creeping up the interior walls.
Surface Drainage:

Installing surface drainage is the way to go to stop water from accumulating on a property and close to buildings. You’ll want maximum usage from your grounds.

Install surface drainage to connect to your gutters. It’s very effective in leading water away from a building. If you don’t lead the rainwater away as it falls from the roof, in time it will erode the soil at the base of your terrace or flower beds. On top of that, water that is allowed to stagnate on the surface creates just the environment that mosquitoes and other such nuisance insects love to create their nests.

For farmers, the most important factor in managing production is proper management of water. Too much water deprives plants of oxygen and encourages disease and root rot. On the other hand, not enough water holds back plant growth, resulting even in plant mortality. Rainfall during the year varies a great deal. A proper drainage system allows surplus water to run off without causing erosion; while in periods of drought it can store the precious liquid and distribute it evenly amongst the plants.
Demolition:

Our Demolition License is good for many kinds of buildings; houses, barns, cottages, restaurants and so on. Demolition can be dangerous work and we take all necessary precautions to carry it out in a safe manner.
Septic Installations:

Every year we attend courses that accredit us to undertake the installation of various septic disposal technologies such as: Bionest, Eco-flo, and Enviro-Septic. Our personnel are fully trained to undertake installations of traditional septic and disposal fields. In order for us to proceed, you need to go through a number of steps. You first need to choose a company that does percolation tests. It’s required by law, and anyway we need it to make sure you get the best kind of installation for your particular conditions. The test is applied under Regulation Q-2, r.8, which consists of determining the permeability of the soil, how far down it is to bed rock and the level of ground water. Once you have that, you need to get a septic field installation permit from your Municipal Inspector. Once that is all done, we can go ahead.
Retaining Walls, Rock or Stone Walls:

Rock walls can be positioned along the banks of rivers and streams. When properly placed and backed by an impermeable membrane, they protect the environment from erosion.

Retaining walls can be built to your specifications. We build them strong. We build them safe and sound. They won’t slip sideways under the effects of gravity, ice or soil subsidence. We make sure that there is adequate provision for drainage.

Dry walls are becoming more and more popular. They look beautiful and they are durable. Unlike wooden retaining walls or fences which rot and have to be replaced, stone walls do not decay. They offer a unique charm that no other material can approach. On top of that, they look so good as they age. They add allure to any garden border and character to your perennial beds. Plus, they add great value to your property.
Stone Beds:

• Placement of stones in holes or ditches to prevent erosion, while allowing water to flow
 

• Natural looking placement of stones along access roads
Adding a Basement to an Existing Dwelling:

Older houses were often built directly on a foundation of rocks and stones, maybe with a crawl-space. By adding a basement, the owners of such properties can reap great benefits in increased living space and value of the home, to say nothing of eliminating vermin, water and humidity.
Mini-Excavator: multi-usage:

• For excavating foundations of an existing dwelling
• For excavating drains in spots hard to get to around the foundations of an existing dwelling
• For creating surface drainage
• For transplanting trees and bushes
• For lot improvement
• For terracing and finishing
• For moving material on site
• For creating pathways
• And so on

Go to our Photo Gallery to look at some of the work we’ve accomplished. A picture is worth a thousand words.




2011 | Copyright Excavation Daniel Roy & Ordisecur.com