PALM SPRINGS UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATING
Are you a homeowner trying to add a new bedroom and bath? If yes, one of the tasks you would face would be locating sewer pipes. Sewer lines, may it be public or private, are often hard to find since they’re almost invisible. Sewer pipes are buried underground and you may have to dig your entire yard to find them.
Having a hard time locating your sewer line? Take the guesswork out of locating where your sewers and drains are by calling our team of utility locators. Conveniently located in Orange County, our team of utility locators is ready to accurately detect sewer pipes and other underground utilities™ location.
State-Of-the-Art Sewer Pipes Locating Equipment
Whether you are looking for drainage lines, supply lines or various service lines buried beneath the surface of the ground, Util-Locate has the equipment and staff to handle the assignment. Some forms of pipe locating equipment do not work as well on sewer lines. Our Palm Springs sewer pipe locators use specialized equipment that can be used for pipe locating of non-metallic sewer lines at depths up to 13 feet from the surface.
Are you a Contractor? Call us before you excavate!
Are you a project manager or an excavation crew? Util-Locate’s All-Around Utility Locators Also Offer Utility Mapping and Sewer Pipe Locating Services for Southern California Contractors.
Call Util-Locate technicians to locate and mark underground utilities such as sewer pipes. Doing so prior to an excavation will help reduce the risk of accidentally running into private utilities, such as gas lines, water pipes, electrical lines and sewer pipes.
With a reliability rate of 97 percent, the #1 Palm Springs sewer line locator Util-Locate, is able to provide a complete and dependable mapping service that allows contractors to plan projects efficiently and at lower cost. Without the benefits of a pipe locating service, these contractors would have higher costs due to extensive hand digging around suspected sewer line locations. There are a number of underground utilities that often go unmarked and striking them can mean trouble at your end.