Warning signs for buried pipes

7 November 2017

When moving into a new house you will at some stage want to do work on the section. At Identimark we want you to be aware of your surroundings, so we created warning signs to notify you of any buried pipes.

stuff.co.nz recently reported that long established residents in areas of Auckland, New Zealand, may heed warning signs not to carry work out around the fuel pipe, which runs parallel with a gas pipe, but worry newcomers might not realise what's buried beneath.

If you are unsure of any buried pipes look for our warning signs or you can contact BeforeUdig for more details.

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