Trenching refers to the act of digging a trench, which is a long, narrow, deep excavation in the ground.
Trenches are typically deeper than they are wide, and they are often used for various purposes in construction and engineering, such as the below examples.
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In construction, trenching may be carried out to create foundations for structures. Trench digging can also be conducted for the purposes of laying pipes and swimming pool installation.
Trenches are frequently dug to lay utility lines like water, gas, electrical, telephone, or sewage lines.
Trenches can also be used to divert water away from certain areas, like in agricultural fields or around buildings.