Private Utility Locating
Reliable underground utility locating services for the Phoenix area
Planning for a new pool? Or maybe you suspect a water leak? Whenever you need to locate underground utilities, rely on the expertise of OnPoint Locating in Mesa, Arizona. We find public and private underground utilities in commercial and residential communities.
- 10+ years experience
- Comply with regulations
- Prevent costly damage
- Find leak sources
- Fast and efficient
- Affordable pricing
- Residential utilities
- Commercial utilities
Prevent construction delays and call before you dig! OnPoint Locating provides electric, gas, or water line locating services across the Mesa area. Our expert team combines state-of-the-art equipment with more than 10 years of experience discovering what lies underfoot. We deliver fast and efficient utility locating services with minimal hassle.
Call Before You Dig
Private Utility Locating in Arizona
Did you know 811 services may not mark all utility lines?
When you call before you dig, the service notifies the public utility providers of your request to mark service lines. This means any privately installed utilities may not be marked. These hidden lines are the property owner's responsibility to locate and avoid damage. And if there is property damage, the owner is liable to fix it. OnPoint Locating is that peace of mind you know exactly what's underfoot as you plan for your digging project.
Our Service Area
Underground Utility Locating Services in Phoenix
Private Utility Locating
Any line that brings a utility from the public line, like water or sewer, to your home is considered a private line. We'll also find old natural gas lines, security lighting, or outbuilding lines.
Get to the root of your drainage problem with high-tech sewer cameras. We'll see if the pipes have collapsed, have root damage, or if something else is the problem.
Don't let the meter keep ticking another day on those high water and gas bills. High-tech equipment gets to the source of your leak.
Cover all your bases
Be prepared before you dig or trench lines
You'd be surprised how common private utility lines can be at residential and commercial properties.
Striking a utility line can have serious consequences. It endangers your contractors, you, and your property, not to mention the price tag to fix the damage. Think about sprinkler systems or septic tanks. Before you plan for a pool, install new landscaping, or prepare a site for construction, why not double-check? It will keep your project moving forward and prevent thousands in damages.