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What Does Concrete Scanning Do For You?

The first thing to do when planning for concrete scanning is to start screening geophysical professionals so you can be sure you’re hiring the right one. Of course, having a better comprehension of what concrete scanning is helps as well. This type of scan is conducted using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). It’s necessary to use […]

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Why You Need Video Pipe Inspection Service

It’s no surprise that the pipes and plumbing in your building will require maintenance and repairs. This is true whether you own residential, commercial, or industrial property. However, what you may not be aware of is how useful Video Pipe Inspection service can be for maintaining your plumbing, especially your sewer lines. Using the expertise […]

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Top Benefits Of Ground Penetrating Radar (Gpr)

Making plans to hire a geophysical specialist isn’t one of the most common things you’ll do as a property owner. So, when it’s something you find yourself required to use, it’s due to a particular type of essential project. Ground-penetrating radar works by emitting a small pulse of energy out and recording how long it […]

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Expanded Geophysical Serivces

Read about our new expanded Geophysical services. Reliable, Timely, and Comprehensive. Geophysical results that focus efforts, save time and cut costs. When American Geophysics takes on any project, we strive to make sure we communicate with the client and understand their overall plan and objective. Combining our experience and the latest geophysical equipment at our disposal we […]

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Nj Oil Tank Laws To Change In 2018

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has proposed new rules regarding underground heating oil tanks.   Have an Oil Tank Sweep performed to clear your property. Whether you are a homeowner, buyer, seller, or real estate agent the new proposed rule changes regarding heating oil tanks apply to you. The standards, laws, and liability of […]

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New Toll Free Number: (833) Scangpr

American Geophysics Inc. now has a new Toll Free number: (833) SCANGPR (722-6477). We are here for all of your geophysical needs: GPR, Concrete Scanning, Geophysical Survey, UST locates, EM profiling, and Private utility locates. We look forward to serving you in 2020 and beyond. If you are looking for a geophysical subcontractor, contact us […]

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Thinking Outside The Geophysical Box

Employing electromagnetic induction profiling (EMI) when traditional methods are not an option. (When other companies would have said no we said yes!) When performing geophysical surveys for the environmental industry more often than not conditions can be less than ideal. The above image is a glimpse of site conditions on a recent project American Geophysics […]

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Buying A New Home ? What You Need To Know About Underground Storage Tanks (Usts).

Purchasing a new home can be an overwhelming and costly process. Ask any home buyer and they will tell you there is so much proverbial “Red Tape” that it can be a daunting task just to make sure you don’t fall victim to overlooking something that will cost you later. One avoidable issue when purchasing […]

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What Can Electromagnetic (Em) Induction Do For You?

Incorporating EM into Geophysical Surveys, an efficient and cost effective method of data collection. In today’s modern environmental industry acquiring as much data about the subsurface of a site is critical to defining the best approach to remediation. Clients are often stressed to receive timely and confident answers as to the condition of their site […]

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