When it comes to choosing between a public or private utility locator, many people are stumped because they don’t know exactly what the difference is. While they may seem similar on the surface, these two methods of locating buried pipes can have completely different results and affect your project in a major way. If you don’t understand what private utility locating entails and the benefits it offers over its public counterpart, here’s an overview that will help you decide if this approach fits your project.
The Benefits Of Using A Locator Instead Of Trying To Find Utilities Yourself
The Challenges You’ll Face Without The Help Of A Locator
It’s an understatement to say that electric, water, and natural gas lines are important—and locating all of them before you start any project, no matter how big or small can be a challenging and potentially dangerous endeavor. The problem isn’t always know where they are; it’s also deciding who to call when you need help. That’s why more and more businesses are turning to private utility locators for assistance. When should you hire a private utility locator? What do they offer that public utilities don’t? And what does hiring one cost? We have answers to these questions and more in our latest guide.
Read on to learn more about private utility locating services.