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A Closer Look at Our CCTV Services

Did you know we offer CCTV Services? We use a closed-circuit television to inspect the inside of storm and sanitary pipe. Here are some photographs of a recent CCTV job we completed. The crawler camera travels through the pipe and allow us to identify damages or blockages that need to be addressed prior to acceptance by the local jurisdiction. We can easily view the images and videos in real time in our CCTV van and correct any problems as needed. Do you have any storm pipes or sewer lines that need inspection? Give us a call at 703-560-4040 or email estimating@mullerec.com so we can give you a quote on the least invasive way to clean, inspect and repair your pipe!

We're Still Hiring! View Our Job Openings

Amid these uncertain and unprecedented times, our employees continue to work following safety standards in the field and remotely when possible. As construction is deemed an essential business, we have a need to hire people both in the field and for office positions. We are hiring a Construction Project Manager to manage crews, projects, contracts, handle scheduling needs with clients, and ensure jobs are completed correctly and efficiently. This position requires strong time management, conflict resolution, and customer service skills. We are also seeking a full-time, long term Civil Estimator to join our team of professionals. The ideal candidate will have analytical skills to interpret c

The Least Invasive Way to Clean and Inspect Pipes

Do you know the least invasive way to clean, inspect and repair your storm and sanitary pipes? The answer: CCTV (closed-circuit television). Here at Muller, we have all the proper CCTV equipment and an experienced staff to complete your CCTV pipe inspection. We use a crawler camera to identify damages or blockages inside the pipes and we are able to view these images live in our CCTV van and directly correct any problems we find. After the CCTV inspection is completed, we produce electronic files that can easily be sent to local jurisdictions or inspectors for their approval. Do you have any storm pipes or sewer lines that need inspection? Give us a call at 703-560-4040 or email estimatin

Why is Erosion Control Important?

Erosion is the process of soil, rock and other particles displacing from a location by wind and/or water (like stormwater runoff). Erosion affects wildlife, public and private property, and contributes to pollution so erosion and sediment control is very important. Job site erosion control is especially important because excess dirt, construction materials, chemicals, and other pollutants will be carried into runoff if proper steps aren't taken. Several things can be done to prevent erosion, from installing fences and drains to planting vegetation or installing a BMP facility. Here are some erosion control services we offer: Super Silt Fence & Silt Fence Hydroseeding Temporary Seed & Straw

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