Wm. Groves completes sewer and watermain installations and repairs to residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and municipal customers in Hamilton and the surrounding areas. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and our estimates are always free.
Our commitment to working safely is integral to the success of our business. We perform our work in compliance with the Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA) and applicable legislation. Our full-time health and safety manager’s goal is to excel beyond our legal requirements as we continuously develop our health and safety program in partnership with our employees, superintendents and dedicated Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC). We are licensed, bonded and insured. We ensure that all required drawings, permits, inspections and underground locates have been obtained and/or secured.
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We repair small sewer drains ranging in size from 1-1/4” to 6” in diameter, to larger main sewers, 6” to 120” in diameter. We also specialize in repairs for:
We can repair various sizes of PVC, concrete pressure pipe, ductile iron, cast iron, copper, lead and galvanized watermains. We also repair valves, valve boxes, fire hydrants, meters, valve chambers, dry nozzles and other associated parts.
When performing sewer and watermain repairs and installations, we have the resources to perform the majority of the work, reducing the need to utilize sub-contractors.
Sewers, watermains, pumping stations, leachate collection systems and gabion walls can all be installed with the help of our experienced superintendents. With our versatile equipment fleet, we can effectively and efficiently repair and install various water and sewer systems. Our mini excavators make it easy to work in tight, small and narrow areas. We can also utilize our three-yard excavators in situations that require a larger, deeper excavation.
We have 3-1/2” to 5-1/2” “trenchless” torpedoes that are useful in certain soil conditions and will help minimize the need for excavating. We perform boring and jacking from 6” to 30” diameters, as well as rod pushing and pipe splitting.
If you have any sewer or water related issues, we can repair it. We repair leaking and/or cracked foundation walls, and leaking pedestrian and utility tunnels. We can abandon existing sewer and water services. We repair frozen sewer and water services as well as utilize our high pressure flusher to thaw them. We also can repair existing concrete structures, curbs and sidewalks, as well as repair asphalt potholes and cracks in parking lots and roadways.
We install curbs, sidewalks, roadside ditches, guardrails, underground ducts, gabion baskets, armour stone and retaining walls. Our team can also excavate, grade and pave asphalt roadways and parking lots. We perform rock and concrete breaking. In the wintertime, our snow removal services are available to commercial, industrial, institutional and municipal clients.
For your sewer system, we can install:
From start to finish, we are equipped to perform backwater valve installations. Our servicemen use CCTV cameras to inspect, locate and sketch your system for submission. This is necessary in various municipalities. Our superintendents will provide you a free written estimate and obtain the necessary permits. Our crews will then install the backwater valves and our dispatcher will arrange preventative maintenance.
We install water services ranging from 1/4” to 12” in diameter, as well as watermains ranging from 4” to 48” in diameter. Fire hydrants, post indicator valves, water valves, valve chambers and meter chambers can also be installed. We perform hydrostatic testing of hydrants and also test for fire hose pressure.
We perform sewer and water site services for individual residences and new subdivisions, as well as proposed commercial, industrial, institutional and municipal locations.
We have experience in installing leachate collection systems. We contribute our expertise to improving the local Hamilton environment by utilizing slope stabilization methods. Several examples of these measures are the leachate collection systems and a barrier wall along the length of the existing Upper Ottawa landfill site (760 meters) that was reconstructed after it began to deteriorate. These methods were implemented to prevent damage to the important ecosystem which surrounds the old landfill site. This highly sensitive area is the natural habitat for various species, including red foxes, white-tailed deer, weasels, muskrats, coyotes, song birds, pheasants and raptors — all a rare glimpse into a little known Hamilton wilderness.
We are able to locate most watermains and water services using electronic induction and metal detectors. We also have the means to detect most watermain and water service leaks using electronic amplification.