The fastest way to install pipe in the ground

When you need pipe installed into an existing landscape, there is no better or machine than a vibratory plow. The speed and cleanliness cannot be matched by any other type of equipment.

Currently, we operate with a group of three different sized machines. Each has is benefits, whether it be shallow or deep depth, we have a machine to match the project.

A vibratory plow with a drop chute works by vibrating underground and opening up a hole so the cable drops down the back of the chute and be installed without any tension or chance of being damaged.

What if you could install 100′ of electrical conduit in less than a minute without having to dig?

What would that be worth?

What does it look like


Pipe and Cable installation
This is an example of a 1″ pipe installed in healthy grass and good soil. The damage to the lawn is always dependent on the current conditions. The healthier the lawn, the better the results.


Pipe and Cable installation
This is an example of large pipe being installed at the same time as a wire. The larger the pipe, the more the soil is displaced. This will settle or it can be compacted after installation.


Pipe and Cable installation
This is an example of a 3/4″ pipe being installed. As you can see, healthy grass results in very little damage to the grass.


Pipe and Cable installation
This is a closeup view of the pipe being pulled into the ground.

See a vibratory plow in action


We are able to install up to 2” conduit or pipe up to 24” deep almost as fast as you can unravel it.

Our services are contracted by homeowners, general contractors, electricians and other utility contractors.

  • Utilities
  • Electrical wires
  • Electrical conduits
  • Network cables
  • Fiber Optic cables
  • Pool backwash
  • Irrigation pipes
  • Sump pump lines

A vibratory plow works by vibrating underground and opening up a hole that the cable or pipe is then pulled through.

Keep in mind that not all material can or should be pulled underground. Site conditions in conjunction with the cable or pipe will dictate whether or not you can pull. When pulling underground there is always the possibility that a sharp rock or other unseen material could slice into the cable or pipe. This is obviously directly related to the distance we need to pull.

For the most part, expensive wires run long distances are usually installed using a drop chute blade.

If 24″ depth is not enough or you have to visually confirm depth, you may want to consider a trencher. (see: Trenching)

If you are interested in this service, please fill out a Request for Information form or contact us by phone at 450-458-7755.

If you are a contractor interested in this or other services we offer for multiple sites, please contact us here.