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How Ground-Penetrating Radar Can Help Detect Underneath the Surface

How Ground-Penetrating Radar Can Help Detect Underneath the Surface

We at G&M Services provides our ground-penetrating radar services to our clients.

Ground-penetrating radar, otherwise known as GPR, uses some radio waves to capture images of what lies underneath various surface types. Here at G&M Services provides our ground-penetrating radar services to our clients. Our own GPR scanning services could locate rebar, plastic conduits, metal conduits, and stress and post-tension cables in concrete. We provide 24/7 Emergency GPR Scanning to clients who require our services on an emergency basis. All of our field technicians have been trained correctly to use these tools, and we perform thousands of different GPR scans every year. Read on to learn how ground-penetrating radar can help detect underneath the surface and why you should choose it for your next construction jobs.

Why Pick Ground-Penetrating Radar for Your Project?

Ground-penetrating radar scans could produce real-time results. After a ground penetrating radar scan has been completed, a field mechanic can send the photo to a supervisor to clean up the image. After the image has been cleaned up, a structural engineer can look over the results with the client. Our scans can reach deep depths, are utilized without any radiation, and are safer than an X-ray being used. Ground-penetrating radar is also an excellent option for businesses that don’t want to disturb the natural beauty or environment around their business or landscape.

What Does Ground-Penetrating Radar Detect?

Ground-penetrating radar could detect a wide selection of items can could look through concrete slabs. Ground penetrating radar scans can detect metal conduits, plastic conduits, rebar, and stress/post-tension cables. Ground penetrating could also detect concrete and various other natural materials through its use of photo imagery. Ground penetrating radar could also be implemented on one side of a concrete slab without requiring access to extra sides of the concrete slabs.

The Pros of Using Ground-Penetrating Radar

There are so many pros to using GPR. Mostly, ground-penetrating radar is cost-effective and a lovely, non-invasive way of surveying a construction jobsite or other space that has to be imaged before or during construction. You do not have to dig any holes, excavate, or ruin any soil while GRP scanning since it can detect underneath so many surfaces. Since GPR uses no radiation, it is safe to use in public areas and for people to be around during the process. It is able to quickly detect objects and underground irregularities, providing an excellent chance to collect data on what is underneath the ground of a construction site.

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.