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What we do
J-Spot’s locate verification service insures utility lines are, in fact, where they are supposed to be. Our service is especially important for anyone planning on crossing underground lines or excavating within a close proximity of them.
Why we do it
J-Spot was created to help contractors and property owners safely take the guesswork out of finding underground utility systems. Our services provide clients with the absolute best utility locating by physically excavating lines to insure they are where they are supposed to be. With J-Spot, you will reduce your risk of hitting underground utilities and save the valuable time it would take to expose lines yourself.
As our world grows, so does the complex network of underground utility lines that keep our everyday lives running. Electricity, gas, communication and water companies all work toward keeping our underground systems in order and working properly.
One of the top concerns among every utility company is the importance of protecting their systems. In order to achieve this, companies provide a free service to help communicate the location of their underground lines to the best of their knowledge. These services start with a "One-Call" notification and, unfortunately, end with nothing more than a painted line on the ground and some marker flags. As these locates aren't always accurate, any contractor who has hit a miss-marked line will likely start their project with a shovel in hand, and expose lines close to where they might be excavating. The responsibility of keeping our utility systems intact falls on the contractors, as do the fines and penalties.