Backhoe & Trenching Services
Since 1994, Mahon Plumbing has offered top-quality backhoe and trenching services to the Maryland community. Whether you need backhoe or trenching services as part of a sewer replacement, water line replacement or any other commercial or residential plumbing service, you can count on prompt and professional attention from our technicians.
With over 30 years of experience in Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County & City, Howard County, Queen Anne’s County and the surrounding areas, we have the experience to handle jobs of any size, including permits, cleanup and licensed utility work. Our backhoe and trenching services include:
- Installation or replacement of sewer pipes
- Installation or replacement of culverts and drains
- Installation or replacement of water lines
- Installation or replacement of septic systems
- French drain installation
- Upgrades for water or sewer lines
- Sewer or water pipe relocation
At Mahon Plumbing, we provide a cost-effective service that’ll be completed in a timely and professional manner. We pride ourselves on our timeliness, but we know that doesn’t mean anything if the job isn’t done right the first time.
When you enlist the services of a technician from Mahon Plumbing, you’ll be working directly with a licensed utility contractor who can handle any job, large or small. All of our plumbers are highly professional.
Backhoe and Trenching for Plumbing Services
We understand that the process of digging up a portion of your property can be disruptive to homeowners and businesses. For this reason, we strive to not only complete the job as promptly and efficiently as possible, but we also make sure your property is restored in as close to the condition it was before the project began. We’ll disturb as little of the area as possible and, when the job is complete, we’ll lay down grass seed and straw over the disturbed dirt. In a few short months, it will be as if nothing on your property was ever disturbed.
Sometimes excavation is needed to replace water or sewer lines. Use of a video inspection can help pinpoint the break in the pipe to help minimize the excavation process. Mahon Plumbing sticks to our word that no job is too large or small for our technicians and our equipment. We have all the necessary tools for jobs of any size, and our status as a licensed utility contractor means you’ll work directly with us, not a subcontractor.