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Expansion of Our Service Area

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Ironman Directional Drilling has been providing horizontal directional drilling (HDD) services for over 16 years. From our head office in Salmon Arm, we manage projects in British Columbia, Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan.


Why such a large service area? It’s all about customer service! Whether you need directional drilling in Prince George, on your farm outside Lethbridge, the oil fields of Alberta, or have a project that requires directional drilling in Abbotsford, we are there for you.


Here’s why:

  • A study in the Harvard Business Review found that more than 2/3 of customer defections were caused by what customers felt to be an uncaring or unhelpful response to their needs. That’s an amazing statistic! Especially when you consider that only 14% changed suppliers or contractors because of low product quality. At Ironman Directional Drilling we promise we will give you all the attention your project deserves, whether it is a need for directional drilling in Terrace, BC, or in Edmonton. We will do everything in our power to answer your questions right away, and if we can’t do that to your satisfaction, we’ll get back to you in the shortest delay possible. Nobody likes to wait. We don’t. You don’t. We will give you our full attention, and then…
  • ...act on our promise. This is why our service area has expanded like it has. The efficiency of our dispatch capacity and project management capabilities mean we are able to do the job on time and on budget throughout BC, Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan. We have such a large service area because we want to be able to offer our services to those who might not have access to them normally. And we’ll do it right.
  • And throughout the entire process we will be there to handle any problems that may arise and address all questions and concerns you may have. With their many years of experience, Mike and Bob will handle any issues that may arise, whether you need directional drilling in Prince George or in Hundred Mile House. And we’ll address all your concerns with the respect they deserve.


For over 16 years, Ironman Directional Drilling has been providing ecological and cost-effective directional drilling services in Abbotsford and Vancouver with as little down-time and disruption to your daily routine as possible.


With our HDD services, we spare you the cost and trouble of digging up expensive landscaping, driveways and walkways; no more need to disrupt traffic; and we drill safely under waterways and ecologically sensitive areas to avoid disrupting vegetation as much as possible and avert erosion.


If you have a project that requires directional drilling in Terrace, or Banff, contact us at Ironman Directional Drilling. We’re there for you throughout BC, Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan.


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    Electrofusion BC: FAQs About Electrofusion

    Are you curious about the electrofusion process and want more information? Are you looking for electrofusion services in BC?


    This FAQ is perfect for you. In this blog, we'll cover the basics of electrofusion and some questions that our company, Ironman Directional Drilling, gets asked frequently.

     

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    If you’re interested in learning more about electrofusion pipe fittings, their applications, and advantages, continue reading below.

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    Fusible PVC is a modern piping option that has improved specifications over other piping materials. To start, it is more durable, cost-effective, and easier to install. In addition to this, the range of applications fusible PVC offers is incredible.

    We are fusible PVC BC (British Columbia) specialists. So, if you want to understand how this piping solution works, what its benefits are, and how we can help you, read on!

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  • 11/11/2020
    Things You Should Know about Directional Drilling

    Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) is an optimum technology used to install pipelines or bores below the ground. Compared to traditional trenching, heavy machinery is not needed to get around obstacles. HDD has the best accuracy for your installation or maintenance project. Directional drilling is environment-friendly and can be used to install utilities without causing traffic jams or damaging the existing landscape. Rely on Ironman Directional Drilling for 24/7 horizontal directional drilling (HDD) services throughout Vancouver Island and other communities throughout Western Canada. We use optimum technology that minimizes the disturbance to surrounding areas and ecosystems.

     

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  • 02/11/2020
    The Many Reasons Why HDPE Pipes Are Better Than the Other Materials

    High-density polyethylene pipe (HDPE pipe) has been used for over 70 years, and since it became available, it's only become more and more popular. If your choosing between types of piping for your next project, HDPE is the way to go. In this article, you'll learn why when you compare HDPE with other materials, it comes out on top.

    Read on to learn a few of the key benefits to choosing HDPE. 

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  • 12/06/2020
    Six Factors to Consider before Hiring a Drilling Contractor

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  • 29/05/2020
    Advantages of HDPE Pipes in Underground Infrastructure

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  • 17/08/2018
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    The Advantages of HDPE Piping

    High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is a versatile thermoplastic material with a variety of applications. One of the main uses for HDPE in Kelowna and Kamloops, BC & surrounding areas is for piping applications. HDPE piping is a popular option among home and business owners for water intake lines, sanitary system lines, storm water system lines, and more.

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  • 14/06/2017
    The Technology Behind Directional Drilling

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    The Environmental Benefits of Horizontal Directional Drilling

    Advances in technology have helped many industries reduce their environmental impact over the past few decades. Horizontal directional drilling, offered by the experienced team at Ironman Directional Drilling, is the eco-conscious choice of the drilling industry. From Vernon and Penticton to Williams Lake, directional drilling has become the preferred method for installing utilities and pipelines.

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