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Electrical/Wind Energy

Whether boring in a pipe for Wind Energy collection systems, or conduit for light poles on the streets, we drill underground in the safest and most cost-effective ways possible. We have a great deal of experience boring in all ground conditions, including solid rock. So, whether it’s under roadways, rivers, railroads, wetlands, or through hills that are too steep to trench, Directional Plus will get the job done right, on time, and within budget.

Water Lines

One may need to bore a water line for many reasons. Other than placing a line in a path that cannot be trenched, replacing an older line may also be necessary. Years ago, polypropylene lines were used in houses. Today those older lines are brittle and can cause thousands of dollars in damage to the house when they break. Replacing those polypropylene lines is the best way to avoid such costly circumstances.

Sewer Lines

Damaged sewer lines can create problems for homeowners and their surroundings. While having to open trench can be costly and leave massive damage to your landscaping, horizontal drilling, or boring in a sewer line can save you a lot of headaches and costly landscaping. It is important to maintain the slope necessary for the flow away from the house. This can easily be done with the right bore equipment.

Gas & Oil

Directional boring is a trench-less method of installing oil and natural gas lines underground, including under wetlands that simply cannot be trenched. Using a predetermined bore path, directional drilling permits the installation of conduit or casings with minimal disturbance or disruption along the ground surface with unparalleled accuracy.

From flow lines in the Oil & Gas industry or a simple gas line to that dream, outdoor kitchen or fire pit a customer wants installed, Directional Plus has the experience to help you get the job done safely while surpassing customer expectations.

Fiber-Optic Lines/Communications

Directional Plus, LLC has been boring in fiber-optic lines throughout northern Colorado for many years. Whether it’s service to a commercial building/home, or drilling for a new fiber backbone, we’ve done it all. We have the experience, skill, and knowledge to drill in the busiest, most challenging, metro areas.

Multiple Conduits

Directional boring simplifies the installation of multiple lines. During this process, a pilot borehole is drilled along a pre-determined bore path from the surface with minimum disturbance. Then, if needed, a reamer is pulled back to open the hole to an even larger size. This is done over and over, until the desired size is completed. Finally, the conduits are pulled through the pre-drilled opening.

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