Kodiak, Alaska

Golden Alaska Excavating

Golden Alaska Excavating

907-539-6490
Golden Alaska Excavating , Excavating, Services, Kodiak, Alaska

For Golden Alaska Excavating, experience, service, and honesty aren’t just words — they’re the tenants on which the entire company is built. Serving residents of Kodiak, AK, in matters of drainage installation, rock supply, site preparation, and more, the team prides themselves on forming a friendly connection with every customer while adhering to the highest level of quality. It’s through these practices that the company has become a go-to service for excavation needs.

With the motto, “We Dig Kodiak,” Golden Alaska Excavating can handle multiple types of projects such as City of Kodiak water & sewer line installations, culvert & drainage installation, septic system installation, and any type of civil contraction with skill and knowledge. But the company’s services go well beyond commercial and residential digging.  With a quarry at their disposal, they are a fully capable rock supplier and can haul a large amount for many different purposes, one such purpose is Golden Alaska provides top quality aggregate and sand to our partner company, Island Redi-Mix, LLC for the manufacturing of concrete. The team also provides topsoil and yard improvements to freshen the look of your yard, while also taking care of debris clearing and construction site preparation.

It’s the focus on care that sets Golden Alaska Excavating apart from the rest. As a family-owned and -operated company, each operation is handled with attention to timeliness, friendliness, honesty, and professionalism. The staff is composed of insured, licensed, and bonded construction experts, which gives you peace of mind in knowing they deliver on their promises.

Whether you’re in need of a reputable rock supplier, professional drainage installation, or excavation for a construction project, Golden Alaska Excavating is ready to help. For more information or a free estimate, call (907) 512-0737 or visit the website today. They dig Kodiak, and you will dig them.

Announcements & Events from Golden Alaska Excavating
What You Need to Know About Excavation, Kodiak, Alaska
Whether you’re building an in-ground pool or adding extra rooms to your home, one of the first steps will be to clear and prepare the site for construction. An excavation contractor ...read more
Why Pre-Construction Site Preparation is Essential, Kodiak, Alaska
Planning a construction project requires a lot of time and preparation. While it's often overshadowed by blueprints and design details, one of the key aspects of the process is ...read more
3 Causes of Water & Sewer Line Failure, Kodiak, Alaska
Water and sewer installation typically occurs with new construction. It’s also appropriate for older homes, especially if you notice signs that the system is failing. To help you ide...read more
4 Materials Produced in the Quarrying Process, Kodiak, Alaska
The durability of a construction project depends on the materials being used. Those materials can come from a number of different sources, one of them being a quarrying or ...read more
5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Alaska’s Soil, Kodiak, Alaska
Whether you’re excavating to prepare for new construction, digging to access plumbing and utility lines for repairs, or simply choosing plants for your property, the quality of ...read more
Even more than electricity, water and sewer utilities are essential to the healthy operation of any home. When something goes wrong during your water and sewer installation, repair, ...read more
Whether you’re building a new home, roadway, shopping center, or any type of structure on land, site preparation is necessary. The soil quality and other issues must be assessed and ...read more
While construction projects are often performed year-round, there are certain aspects of work that are better suited for warm weather. Excavating is one endeavor that’s best avoided ...read more
Excavation is necessary on a variety of projects, including installing building foundations, basements, septic systems, and roads, but how much should it cost? Well, it depends. ...read more
Having a new septic system installed provides a number of benefits to property owners, from environmental benefits to access to cleaner water. However, there’s a lot that goes into d...read more
A septic system is an effective waste disposal option for your home, but only as long as it’s installed and maintained correctly. If you’re planning a septic installation on you...read more
From no water in the house to sewage backups in the yard, problems with buried water pipes and sewer lines cause major inconveniences. Investing in new water and sewer installation w...read more
Whether you’re getting ready to pour a foundation for your home or pave a parking lot for your business, it is important to know some details about concrete. For instance, you may ha...read more
When it comes to waste management, your two basic choices are a municipal sewer system or a septic installation. Whether you’re making this decision for a new home or an update ...read more
If you are in the planning phase of a construction project, one of the most important steps to consider is land grading. This takes place after the land has been excavated, and is us...read more
Demolition is commonly needed in construction projects. Whether you’re completely knocking down a building or want to remove large sections of it for a remodel, your site preparation...read more
Your septic system is made of many different parts that work together every day to remove waste from your home. One of the most important components is the drain field. What tas...read more
When you discover problems with your drain, you might first contact a plumber. But when the issues continue and only seem to get worse, it’s time to get in touch with a water and sew...read more
Since you don’t see them, it’s easy to take your water and sewer lines for granted. Unfortunately, your plumbing doesn’t last forever, and it’s important to keep an eye out for poten...read more
Alaska winters are rough on homes and commercial buildings. In addition to heavy snow and sleet, the freeze-thaw cycle can damage lots, driveways, and foundations. To help you avoid ...read more
If you’re planning a landscaping or gardening project, topsoil is the perfect organic material for growing grasses, plants, and crops. Topsoil or “black gold” is prized for its nutri...read more
The septic system in your home is imperative to your day-to-day life. When things go wrong, it’s a huge inconvenience. Though there are a number of reasons why your lines may qu...read more
In construction, both excavating and grading are incredibly important jobs. Excavating is the process of moving earth or rock with tools, explosives, and machinery, while grading is ...read more
Whether you’re working on a large-scale construction job, home remodel, or a different project, you might require a large or small batch of concrete to be prepared and pour...read more
Soil composition varies from place to place, and the type in your region has a significant effect on your home’s foundation. It can manifest in many ways, causing everything from jam...read more
One may not immediately think of the excavation industry, with its powerful equipment and focus on moving and grading land, as an industry driven by technology. However, over the pas...read more
There are several advantages of septic installation, including independence from sewage lines and disposing of waste naturally. But septic systems have to be carefully maintaine...read more
Kodiak, AK also known as the Emerald Island of the Gulf of Alaska and home to the Alutiiq people for centuries, provides much in regards to archaeological digs. Many pieces, suc...read more
While land grading is crucial for planting and building on a lot, its most critical role is to enable drainage. Improper drainage contributes to flooding, erosion, and even sewa...read more
It’s important for homeowners to choose the right water and sewer installation company. Hiring qualified people prevents unexpected problems, such as a drastic increase in utili...read more
This spring, from April 3 to 7, National Work Zone Awareness Week is held to bring attention to highway worker safety. This year’s theme is “work zone safety is in your hands.” ...read more
Excavation jobs are necessary for a number of reasons, including installing a new septic system, water & sewer lines, drainage, building pads and landscaping. If you need ex...read more
Septic systems are required if you are not able to connect to city sewer and water systems. These external drainage systems are environmentally friendly, last from 20–40 years. So j...read more
Whether you are constructing a new house or building a parking lot, site preparation is necessary to get your land ready for the project and comply with local building codes. Without...read more
When dealing with big jobs like excavation, hauling, and other tasks that require heavy equipment and rock suppliers, you want to know you're working with the best people your a...read more