We provide excavating services for a variety of purposes.
Here at New Hope Aquascapes, we have been creating beautiful, custom water features for many years now. In our experience, no two water features are the same, and that means some are less demanding to create than others. For the projects that are more demanding, it is often necessary to excavate the land before we can install a pond or other feature, and that is why we have invested in a small Bobcat MT100 skid steer and Caterpillar 304e2 excavator. With this equipment and our skill, we can help you add natural beauty to your property, whether it’s your home, business, or farm.
While we may have begun excavating to install water features, we now provide excavating for many different purposes. Our team can use our excavating equipment to dig ponds, trenches, or ditches on your property, as well as manage erosion, demolish small buildings or barns, bury deceased livestock, remove debris, and clear or grade your land. Whatever your needs are, you can rest assured that we will follow safety procedures to protect ourselves and your property as we excavate. Our employees have the proper training to handle our equipment, and they will provide quality, efficient work.
We are proud to serve the Greenville, Tennessee community, and we would be happy to provide excavating when you have a need for it whether it’s for a new water feature or another project. To ask us your questions and request an estimate, don’t hesitate to contact our team today. We look forward to hearing from you.
At New Hope Aquascapes, we offer excavating services in Gray, Bristol, Butler, Church Hill, Erwin, Gatlinburg, Greenville, Johnson City, Jonesborough, Kingsport, Morristown, Newport, Pigeon Forge, Piney Flats, Rogersville, Sevierville, Elizabethton, Unicoi, and Tazewell, Tennessee; Asheville, Boone, Marshall, Weaverville, Burnsville, Spruce Pine, Hot Springs, and Marion, North Carolina; and Norton, Abingdon, Big Stone Gap, Coeburn, Duffield, Gate City, Jonesville, Marion, Wise, and Wytheville, Virginia.