Commercial Vacuum, Catch Basin Cleaning, Hydro Excavation & Vacuum Truck Services
A to Z Statewide Plumbing is a full service commercial plumbing company that specializes in vacuum truck services, hydro vac & hydro excavation services. A to Z Statewide Plumbing owns and operates a fleet of vacuum trucks to remove liquids, sludges and/or solids from a wide variety of sites. Our vacuum trucks can transport waste directly to appropriate disposal facilities or transfer waste to vacuum boxes, tanks or other containers for temporary storage on site or off site at an A to Z service center.
A to Z Statewide Plumbing vacuum trucks also provide various onsite services including vacuum enhanced recovery (dual phase extraction), product transfers, dewatering and support for various industrial service, emergency response and storage tank management needs.
Our vacuum trucks are ideal for:
- Catch basin cleaning
- Storm drain cleaning
- Parking lot drain
- Stormwater systems
- Storm water & storm water wells
- Grease trap cleanup
- Septic tank cleaning
- Sewer pipe cleaning
- Sump cleaning
- Commercial waste disposal
- Hydro excavation (also known as soft dig)
What is Hydro Excavation?
Hydro Excavation is the process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water. An air conveyance or vacuum is then used to transfer the soil or debris to a debris tank. This allows for a non-destructive and more accurate way to excavate soil and locate underground utilities.
Hydro excavation equipment combines high-pressure water with air vacuum. This system cuts through the soils and breaks it up. The vacuum then lifts the slurry from the excavation area. The debris is transferred to a debris tank.
Using hydro excavation avoids damage to underground pipes, lines and cables. This in turn eliminates the high expenses needed for repairs and restoration. Needing to do fewer repairs means less time to get the job done too.
Let A to Z Statewide Plumbing handle the proper disposal.
Catch Basin Repair – Storm Drain Basin Repairs
What does Catch Basin mean? A catch basin is a device or receptacle at the entrance of a sewer designed to prevent obstructive material from entering and blocking the sewer. In addition, catch basin can be described as a buried diversion device acting as a reservoir that diverts offsite/overland water flows in a sewer system.
Catch basins, further explained, are the grated “storm drains” seen on the side of roadways and in other locations – may be installed under state, county or other municipal construction projects.
Catch basins can also be installed in areas of private lands or roads to prevent precipitation events from covering the lands or roadways with water. These reservoirs catch drainage water or storm runoff to prevent flooding.
Fast, Clean Service at Fair Prices: 24 Hour Catch Basin Cleaning
A to Z Statewide Plumbing is a preferred company for catch basin cleaning, repair, and installation in South Florida. We have the needed labor, and equipment, and expertise to tackle these jobs. We help with municipalities, factories, warehouses, and can handle all industrial, residential and commercial work.
Catch basins need to be maintained and cleaned periodically by removal of the buildup of grease.
- Catch Basin Pumping – Double Basin, Triple Basin
- Commercial Grease Traps Cleaned, Repaired, or Replaced
- Ejector Pump/ Pit Cleaning
- Garage Drain Pumping
- Grease Lines Cleaned, Repaired, or Replaced
- Indoor Catch Basin Cleaned, Repaired, or Replaced
- OutdoorCatch Basin Cleaned, Repaired, or Replaced
- Parking Lot Pumping/ Parking Lot Drain Cleaning
- Residential Catch Basin Cleaned, Repaired, or Replaced
- Restaurant & Bar Emergencies
- Sump Pump/ Pit Cleaning
- Super Structure Pumping
What is a Storm Drain?
The storm drain system helps prevent floods by diverting rainwater into nearby waterways. During rainstorms, water runs off of buildings, roads, and other hard surfaces, picking up trash and pollutants along the way. The water and pollutants flow into storm drains and through underground pipes directly into the nearest stream, pond or water reservoir.
In addition, a storm drain or storm sewer is designed to drain excess rain and ground water from impervious surfaces such as paved streets, car parks, parking lots, footpaths, sidewalks, and roofs. Storm drains vary in design from small residential dry wells to large municipal systems.
Storm drains are often unable to manage the quantity of rain that falls during heavy rains and/or storms. When storm drains are inundated, basement and street flooding can occur. In many areas, detention tanks are required to be installed inside a property and are used to temporarily hold rainwater runoff during heavy rains and restrict the outlet flow to the public sewer. This lessens the risk of the public sewer being overburdened during heavy rain. Some storm drains lead to a mixing of storm water (rainwater) with sewage, either intentionally – in the case of combined sewers – or unintentionally.
A to Z Guarantee on Catch Basin Cleaning & Vacuum Truck Services
A to Z Statewide Plumbing is an industry leader providing non-destructive vacuum truck services to Miami Dade and Broward Counties. In business since 1981, the professionals at A to Z have provided both commercial and residential clients solutions to their daylighting and excavation needs in a safe and reliable manner.
Safety is our priority. Our highly trained team takes the guess work out of the equation to provide fast results with limited exposure to your company. This means less downtime and more productivity for you and your crew.
We approach every job with the dedication and expertise our customers deserve and expert from professional plumbers. We take pride in routinely surpassing the expectations of our customers.