Directional boring, also known as horizontal directional drilling, is a method of trenchless technology that allows us to pull underground conduits without tearing up asphalt or soil to dig a trench. It gives us the ability of drilling between one point to another without destroying the existing ground or obstacles that are in between the two points. Directional drilling goes above and beyond traditional trenching in allowing us to install conduits in places where traditional trenching isn’t possible or feasible.

By directional drilling, we eliminate the need to cut, remove, and patch asphalt, minimizing costs and downtime.

Directional drilling, boring