Qld Utility Locating are able to locate all service utilities. What most of us don’t realise is that having the plans indicating what utilities are in your working vicinity is not enough. To start work, not only do you need be aware of what services are near you, but you also need to locate the exact location and depth of the service.
We'll find it for you.
Qld Utility Locating can locate the following:
We can also locate plastic pipe conduits. Most locators can only locate metallic pipe work. It is essential to locate utilities, not doing so could cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars, especially if you damage a public utility. Striking electrical cables could be even more costly, causing injury or death.
Qld Utility Locating is a family owned and operated business. What sets us apart is that we are not just locators or leak detection technicians - we are trade qualified plumbers.
Because of our trade background, we can easily liaise with on-site supervisors, builders, tradies and home-owners alike. We help problem-solve and remedy issues that you may be facing at home or on the work site. We are one of few companies that have actually laid pipework, and we are familiar with most materials used in the ground. We know what is going on underground.
We appreciate deadlines made by building and body corporate managers, so we offer a 24-Hour Emergency After-Hours Service. We guarantee to be on-site the same day you contact us. Qld Utility Locating incorporates multiple services which enables just one phone call to take care of your emergency.
Before doing any excavation, it is essential to check what utilities are underground first. It could save you thousands of dollars, it can even save lives. We are here to protect you from damaging any underground utilities. You do not want to disrupt a service to an entire neighbourhood, and be potentially responsible for fines and/or repair costs.
We work with Local Councils, Builders, Renovators, Architects, Electricians, Plumbers, Hydraulic Engineers, Commercial Businesses, Engineering Practices, Environmental Companies