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7223 Westbrook Rd. Fenwick. Michigan 48834-9639
1-989-637-4710 - 1-800-455-3808 - Fx 1-989-637-4127
www.arboreast.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
A UNDERGROUND LOCATING COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN PRIVATELY OWNED COMMUNICATIONS AND UTILITY SYSTEMS, SERVING LOWER MICHIGAN
Locating - Leak detection - Fault locating - Pipeline Video
Metrotech Sales, Service, Training
Pipe-Cable - Conduit - Gas lines - Fuel Tanks - Septic Tanks -
Low & High Voltage Wire - Street light wires – Fiber & Copper communication
-Property Irons - Water Lines - Valves - Manholes - Sewers - Cleanouts -
Water leaks – Electric Fault locating
30 Years Experience in the water distribution industry
specializing in line locating and problem solving water and sewer system problems.
We provide locating, staking and problem solving service for homeowners, multi-building residential, commercial and industrial properties and for underground, plumbing, electrical, fence, landscape contractors, property managers and civil engineers where the MISS DIG ONE CALL SYSTEM leaves off.
The public utilities (MISS DIG) do not locate after the meter or transformer and most do not locate on private property or construction projects and of course they cannot help you find missing manholes, property irons, tanks or lines that belong to the property. That’s where we come in. We only locate privately owned utilities.
No job is too small. Indivdual lines or complete infrastructures are routine. Most locates are completed within 1 hour and our hourly rate charge accommodates both small and large jobs.
Commercial account invoicing is available.
Please feel free to call and discuss your needs, I will be pleased to show you how I can solve your locating problems.
Before you plant trees over your water or sewer lines, rip up your electric or fiber optics, put your operations and contractors at risk, add non-budgeted extras to your project, or spend thousands redesigning a layout due to a unknown buried infrastructure, call MISS DIG
but when they won’t come call