Ground-penetrating radar, otherwise known as GPR, can use radio waves to capture pictures of what lies underneath different surface types. G&M Services provides ground-penetrating scanning services to all of our clients. GPR scanning services include the ability to locate metals, pipes, and stress and post-tension cables in the concrete. We also provide 24/7, around-the-clock emergency scanning to our clients who need services for different emergencies. Our field technicians and contractors have been trained extensively and are NULCA certified. We perform countless ground-penetrating radar scans every year, so we’re here to tell you all about them. Read on to learn more!
Why Choose Ground-Penetrating Radar Services?
Ground-penetrating radar scans are able to produce real-time results. After the GPR scan has been completed, a field technician can then send the image off to their supervisor to clean up the image. Once the image has been cleared, the structural engineer and our clients can then go over the results. Our scans can reach extremely far depths, are utilized without radiation, and are much safer than a standard X-ray. Ground-penetrating radar is also a smart option for companies who don’t want to ruin or disturb the natural beauty of their current property.
What Does Ground-Penetrating Radar Notice?
Ground-penetrating radar can detect a wide range of items and look through different concrete slabs. Ground-penetrating radar scans can also detect metal conduits, rebar, stress cables, and post-tension cables. Ground-penetrating radar is also able to detect concrete slabs along with various other natural materials through the use of advanced imagery. Ground penetrating radar can be implemented on one side of a concrete slab without requiring access to different sides of a concrete slab as well.
The Pros of Utilizing Ground-Penetrating Radar
There are many pros of using our ground-penetrating radar. First, it is cost-effective and a great way of surveying a construction site or other area that must be imaged before and during construction. You do not have to disturb any soil or dig while you’re using ground penetrating radar since it can detect through all types of surfaces. Since our radar doesn’t use radiation, it is safe for usage in public spaces and for those to be nearby during the surveying process. It is also able to detect objects and other underground irregularities quickly, providing a chance to collect data on what is underneath the ground.
Revitalize Your Business with G&M Services
G&M Services is proud of our employees and the dedication they have for safety in the workplace. We reward our employees for displaying positive safety practices. We incorporate weekly and monthly discussions and meetings to ensure that all involved know how to handle equipment and potentially risky situations during a project. We offer services in the way of concrete drilling and sawing, concrete scanning, and Firestop. To get started with us, call today at 410-787-8828 or visit our contact page. Follow the official company page today on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.