GPS Surveys are the process in which high frequency radio waves are transmitted into the ground. When this radio wave hits a buried object underground, the transmission bounces back up towards the machine, giving an input on the display, allowing us to acknowledge the anomaly. GPR Surveys can be used and utilised in many different areas, such as the location of buried objects, underground holes, buried tanks, buried manhole covers and chambers, and lots more.
Depending on the surface of the soil, this can vary. For example, the optimum soil type for GPR Surveys is a dry and almost sandy soil. This soil type allows us to delve the furthest underground, enabling us to be able to view deeper obstructions than that of a more murkier, clay type thickness of soil. Soils with a high electrical conductivity can also provide a lesser GPR Survey depth.
Here at GPR Surveys, we are proud to be able to provide our services to the vast majority of the United Kingdom. Our GPR Survey services expand out to Essex, Surrey, London, Kent, and all of the further areas surrounding them. If your county isn’t on this list, please feel free to enquire, and one of our representatives will get back to you regarding whether or not we operate within your local area.