General Excavation


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Connecticut Excavation is the local general excavation contractors you need for a variety of services across Danbury and the surrounding areas. No matter the excavation jobs, we have your needs covered. From pool excavations to water and sewer line services, we have the services you need to tend to any task you have on your property.

If you’re looking for a locally experienced excavation contractor, making the call to our offices and we will soon have you on the way to a perfectly dug and graded space.



Whether installing lines for your new property, or having yours treated for issues, getting the right excavation contracts on the task will bring you the access your plumbing professionals need. We work in conjunction with various experts in the Danbury area to ensure that we’re providing an effective and usable space for your property needs, and know what it takes to produce quality results.

In bringing your property reliable sewer and water lines, we bring you the means to effectively allow clean water in, and waste water out, giving a beneficial service to your home for the future.  If you are in need of a complete septic tank installation and hookup we offer the entire service as well!


If you own a property with a noticeable slope, then treatment can be important. Whether you’re looking to have your slope professionally graded, or the excavations made to have a retaining wall put into place, you can depend on our accuracy. We know what it takes to bring you a more manageable space, and to bring less potential hazard to your property.

With the risk of landslide present in properties with aggressive slopes, having the right professionals bring their attention to this matter will give you the peace of mind in knowing your property is safer from here on out. Give us a call to get started with a free, no-obligation quote for slope grading anywhere in Connecticut.


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