Concrete Scanning Using Ground-Penetrating Radar Can Save Ti
SAN JOSE, Calif., March 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The founders of Safe2Core, a concrete scanning company that provides services to customers throughout the Bay Area as well as other locations across the country, are pleased to announce that they have just posted an article to their website that explains how concrete scanning using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) can save both time and money.
To check out the new article and learn more about Safe2Core and the services that they offer, please visit https://www.safe2core.com/concrete-scanning/.
As the article noted, as construction processes, equipment and techniques evolve, technology is playing an increasing role in the efficiency, safety and efficacy of modern construction.
The use of ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is one of these advances; GPR can help locate reinforcing steel members like rebar, post-tensioning cables and steel mesh.
"When it comes to locating what's under a slab or the earth, Safe2Core is second to none," the new article noted, adding that Safe2Core has an outstanding safety record and unparalleled client satisfaction.
"We have become the 'go-to' utility locating and concrete inspection service for many of the West Coast's largest and best-known contractors."
Because the founders understand that many people have questions about their innovative concrete scanning services, they also included a Frequently Asked Questions section in the article, which features questions from actual customers.
For example, Tricia from San Jose, CA asked, "How long does it take to scan an area for core drilling?"
As the new blog explains, it all depends on the size of the project, as well as the composition of the underlying material.
"A bridge deck will certainly take longer than a house pad, but might not take as long as an airport runway," the article noted.
Safe2Core personnel have more than 40 years of combined experience in Concrete Scanning, Concrete Cutting, Utility Locating and CCTV Pipeline Inspection. Their technicians have inspected a wide array of concrete structures varying from simple inspections, such as locating rebar on concrete walls, to locating post-tension cables in highly complex structural concrete slabs. For more information, please visit https://www.safe2core.com/.