“Yes or No, Never Maybe”
Fuel oil has been used for heating homes in New Jersey for over 75 years. The EPA has estimated that there are over 100,000 unknown or undiscovered Under Ground Storage Tanks (USTs) in New Jersey alone.
GPR Tank Sweep is the premier Tank Sweep service,
providing commercial grade technology at a
Watch Our Educational Video to better
understand the process
Call us at (908) - 698 - 4556 or fill out the form above.
Schedule An Appointment
Information we will need: Full name, phone number, email, property address, name that final report should be issued to, and if you had a home inspection.
One of our friendly technicians will sweep your property.
You can pay on site with cash or check, or over email with credit card information.
Within one buisness day (after payment), you will recieve a detailed report of our findings via email.
A leaking Oil Tank can be the Nightmare below the surface of your dream home.
When Oil Tanks leak, they contaminate the soil and possibly the groundwater. If the property is purchased with a leaking tank, the new buyer is responsible for all future environmental cleanup cost. The property cannot be sold until the EPA issues a clearance certificate. Environmental cleanup cost can range from $10,000 to over $100,000 depending on how much fuel oil leaked into the soil or groundwater.
This cost is not covered by most home owner insurance policies. GPR Tank Sweep is fully insured under a professional liability policy of up to two million dollars and has the capability of being transferred to new home buyers after a report has been issued.
in our FIVE step Investigation
Ferromagnetic Detection (Metal Detection)
Electromagnetic Tracing (Fuel Lines & Vent Pipes)
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
GPR Tank Sweep uses the newest non-invasive subsurface technology and training to provide the safest and most accurate methods for locating underground storage tanks.
It is important to know the difference between the typical “tank sweep” and what we provide.
The typical “tank sweep” is completed with a simple metal detector. If they find something they say “maybe it’s a tank or maybe something else”.
We perform multiple “re-sweeps” each week for clients who had hired (and paid) an alternate tank inspector to determine if the “anomaly” they found was actually an underground fuel tank.
When we perform a tank sweep, we use over $30,000 in specialized equipment and utilize 5 techniques including Ground Penetrating Radar.
We provide a report that tells you
YES or NO, never maybe.
WE WILL DISCUSS THE TECHNIQUES AND FINDINGS OF THE INVESTIGATION TO HELP YOU MAKE AN INFORMED AND INTELLIGENT DECISION.
When the GPR scans over an oil tank, it provides a very distinct bell curve. Due to its unique dimensions, it is unmistakable from other undeground anomalies.
* Oil Tanks tend to rest 3 – 4 Feet Below Ground Surface and are typically 8 Feet in length
Hear what our clients have to say.
I came across GPR One Call and called for a quote / a few inquiries on how they sweep. I was directed to Sue via email and just by reading the auto reply, you are informed the type of services given. I was able to schedule a sweep that same week and others made it difficult due to the July 4th holiday but they accommodated. A specialist, Troy arrived and checked the inside of the house for signs of pipes and he did 2 rounds or so outside the house and gave a definite answer to the oil tank sweep. Very professional and responsive via email / phone and on time, which is SO important when you are working with three people's schedules). Moreover, their Professional Liability covers errors and omissions. As you can tell, I recommend them!