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Excavating in Winter – What You Need to Know

Excavating in the winter certainly presents its own challenges, but it’s hard to avoid considering Regina’s average temperature falls below zero five months of the year. Nothing would get done or built if excavations don’t take place because of it. In this article, we go over some of the difficulties

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Our Top Soil Test Results & Basics in Plant Nutrients

According to Michigan State University, topsoil that is dark and free of weed isn’t necessary good. The only way to know for sure is to have it analyzed; which is why we test our top soil from time to time to ensure quality. And to help you understand what you’re

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Our Excavating Equipment & Heavy Machinery

An excavating company‘s fleet size and variety of heavy equipment are essential to its capability to take on different kinds of jobs. This is what we are proud of at Serbu, and also what sets us apart from our competitors. Below is a list of earthmoving machines that we have

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Reasons to Hire an Excavating Company

Whether it’s to excavate for a foundation, landscaping, an in-ground pool or irrigation system, digging is digging. With tutorials widely available online, it may be tempting to take on an excavation project yourself. But before you pick up a shovel or attempt to learn how to operate an excavator on

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What’s Commercial Excavation & How’s It Different

What sets us apart from our competitors with just a handful of heavy equipment is our capability to take on large industrial size projects. But what is commercial excavation exactly and how is it different from digging for residential properties? We answer those two questions in this article, as well

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Article on Demolition

Dealing with Cracked Concrete – Removal or Repair?

Concrete surfaces such as sidewalks, patios, driveways, retaining walls, and foundation walls can suffer from weather damage and erosion. As concrete degrades, it can create potential tripping hazards and become a general eyesore. The question is, is the concrete repairable or does it require complete removal to start over? In

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Grading issue in the yard
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Fixing Drainage & Grading Without Hiring Excavation Contractor

With spring comes warmer temperatures and melting snow, which can lead to water pooling in different areas of your property. Water pooling in your yard or around the foundation of your home is an indicator of a drainage or grading issue that needs attention. In this article, we discuss how to

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Articles on Aggregate

Using Topsoil for Gardening and Landscaping

When planning a gardening or landscaping project, it’s important to choose the right material. One of the most popular products is topsoil, which has many applications in both residential and commercial projects. Using it correctly will help you grow healthy and long-lasting lawns, flowers, plants, and trees.  What is Topsoil? 

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Articles on Aggregate

The Difference Between Fill Sand & Fill Dirt

Fill sand and fill dirt sound similar by name but have different uses in building and landscaping projects. Before deciding which one to use, it helps to understand how they are different in terms of properties and suitable applications. To help you choose, we’ll go over what fill sand and

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Maximize Living Space with Basement Excavation

The most common type of basement excavation we do is for new homes and buildings. Basically, we dig out a cavity to install a six to eight ft. tall basement, and trench for sewage and utility lines. Occasionally, we take on basement addition projects, which is a great way to

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