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Welcome, to Excavating Ann Arbor.

We offer proven and unparalleled services in residential and commercial excavation, demolition, and land grading. Our 18 years of professional work experience in the industry has made what we are today.

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Excavating Service Ann Arbor

Excavating Ann Arbor pride ourselves with our 18 years of experience in residential and commercial excavation.  As a grading and excavating contractor, we made sure to provide diversified service and simplified quality excavation that satisfies all our client needs.

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Demolition Service Ann Arbor

Usually, property owners have allocated less budget in land grading or sometimes, they just don’t. Here at Ann Arbor, we always encourage our clients to observe and hire grading service contractors to conduct professional land grading services in their construction projects.

Land Grading Ann Arbor

Usually, property owners have allocated less budget in land grading or sometimes, they just don’t. Here at Ann Arbor, we always encourage our clients to observe and hire grading service contractors to conduct professional land grading services in their construction projects.

WE ARE THE LEADERS IN CONSTRUCTIONS

At Excavating Ann Arbor, we equip our staff to keep in mind and embody our company’s three core values.At Excavating Ann Arbor, we equip our staff to keep in mind and embody our company’s three core values.

About Us

 “Excavating Ann Arbor has been in the industry since the year 2002. We take pride in the safe environment we have created primarily influenced by our weekly safety meetings, employee involvement, and the devotion to the jobs we undertake”

MASSIVE SIZES

Provides the highly rated construction equipments

MEGA TIRES

Rigid trucks specifically engeneered for use in high production.
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THE MOST STRONGER

Built to last centuries in all environmental and climate conditions.

ROBUST FRONT SIDE

Protected and safa cabin. No worries also on full load and great stress.

Setting the Standards in Quality Service

We have 18 years of experience in residential and commercial excavation, demolition, and land grading services. we provide quality service to all our clients.

Diversified Service, Simplified Quality

We offer primary solutions anchored in your construction needs. We make sure to incorporate that your excavation, demolition, and land grading service need is one call away.

Our commitment, Your convenience.

Our clientele base is living testimony of our excellent and quality professional services.We make sure to incorporate quality work and exceptional client management

OUR COMPANY PRESENTATION

Excavation

90%

Demolition

80%

Land Grading

90%

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens to materials?

About 90 percent of materials on a typical demolition job is being reused, recycled, or salvaged. Common items that can be reused or recycled include flooring, carpets, plasterboard, wood, roofing materials, ceiling tiles, and insulation materials. In fact, if a demolition job is done very well, it is possible to save materials like concrete, brick, and porcelain, metals including iron, steel, copper, brass, bronze, wiring and conduit, as well as soil. Materials that cannot be recycled will be managed by the demolition contractor so that it can be reused in other capacities.

What are the different types of demolition?

There are three types of demolition jobs: interior, industrial, and commercial. An interior demolition job is done when the entire structure is not fully torn down and left with interior walls and spaces inside. This demolition type is commonly used in renovations or upgrading structures. Industrial demolition is done in structures and facilities that produce goods such as chemical plants, oil refineries, or manufacturing facilities. This type of job requires working with hazardous materials and environmental remediation and is usually more complex that require special rigging and safety training. Commercial demolition is done by dismantling commercial properties like office buildings, hotels, shopping malls, or stores. This type of project is more straight forward than an industrial job, but could still require the removal of hazardous materials like asbestos.

How is commercial demolition done?

Commercial demolition is the dismantlement of commercial properties like office buildings, hotels, shopping malls, or stores. There are two types of commercial demolition jobs: mechanical demolition and deconstruction or dismantling. Mechanical demolition is the most common method for commercial demolition. It is performed with heavy machineries, like excavators, bulldozers, wire rope pulls, wrecking balls, as well as other technology to ensure accuracy and safety. Deconstruction/Dismantling requires a slower and more thorough procedure in demolition. During commercial deconstruction, the building is deconstructed piece-by-piece using hand tools to carefully dismantle the building to recover as much material as possible. 

I’m building a new house, is grading necessary?

The short answer is yes. Building on leveled ground is an important foundation in the construction process. Structures built on unleveled ground can lead to future issues. This includes unstable foundation and water drainage problems. As property owner, your main priority is to establish good foundation for your property. This will ensure its longevity and stability, most specially during natural calamities such as earthquakes.

How do I prepare for an excavation contractor?

The least that you can do is to prepare the area to be accessible to the contractor. If this is beyond your capacity, let us know earlier of the potential obstacles that we will face. This will allow us to prepare the essential machinery and equipment to address potential issues. You should also move anything on the property that will be in the way in the excavation process.

What if problems with my foundation are encountered?

With our years of expertise, our engineers are already trained to anticipate problems beforehand. However, it is not always the case for structural foundations. Therefore, we will contact the property owner to discuss immediate resolution if we encounter that your structure’s foundation has been compromised during excavation.

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