Pittsburgh’s Gillece Services Enhances Line Detection With New Rigid NaviTrack Brick Transmitter Technology

Share Article

Gillece Services is proud to be one of the only local Pittsburgh Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electrical companies with the advanced line-detection technology of the Rigid NaviTrack Brick Transmitter.

Gillece Services

Gillece Services, the Pittsburgh Region's Trusted Provider of Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Electrical Services

Gillece Services is proud to be one of the only local Pittsburgh Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electrical companies with the advanced line-detection technology of the Rigid NaviTrack Brick Transmitter. Gillece Services, headquartered in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, and serving Pennsylvania’s Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland counties, knows that the precise location of sewer lines and related sewer line problems is essential when it comes to repair and maintenance of Pittsburgh homeowners’ property lines.

The detection of correct sewer lines is increasingly becoming compromised by other utilities’ line interferences, including cable lines, TV lines, phone lines, and other metallic lines. These “other” lines, while important to homeowners and the operation of their households, can very much confuse what non-experienced plumbers need to detect for proper sewer line repair and service- not so with Gillece Services Plumbing Technicians (Plumbers).

Gillece’s new Rigid NaviTrack Brick Transmitter Technology excels at tracing buried cable lines, TV lines, phone lines, and other metallic lines that carry electromagnetic signals, which interfere with Gillece Plumbing Technology used to identify problem plumbing areas in residential sewer lines. Lightweight and easy to carry, Gillece’s NaviTrack Brick Transmitter by Rigid can be ready to use same-day* for home sewer line repair and maintenance problems. By weeding out other metallic lines and their associated signals, the Gillece customer’s sewer line problem can be more efficiently and more effectively isolated, saving both the Gillece Plumber and the customer time, money, and additional related problems.

With fiber optic cable lines and other advancements in home service technology, the use and installment of these types of lines and other metallic lines is, and will continue to be on the rise. Pittsburgh area residents and Gillece customers need not worry. A forward-thinking, technology-advanced company, Gillece Services keeps up with the times and all related high-tech products and equipment for top quality service and workmanship. Gillece Services Plumbers are not your average plumbers and they use above-average tools and equipment.

Gillece Services employs Plumbers who are talented, friendly, and considerate- people we would comfortably welcome into our own homes. They are experienced, trained, certified, licensed, drug-screened, and background-checked. Once at the home, a Gillece Services Plumber will ask permission for entry into the home after checking to see if his vehicle is parked out of the way, and he has put on his shoe booties to protect flooring or carpeting from mud and debris. He will appear in his Gillece uniform and identify himself with his Gillece ID badge. A Gillece Technician has a tremendous amount of respect for the customer’s home and family. A Gillece Services Plumber will review his plan for the appointment, gather information and answer questions, and then offer solutions for repair and replacement, as well as pricing options, once he has thoroughly assessed the situation and found the root of the problem.

For over 30 years, Gillece Services has been the Pittsburgh area’s one-stop-shop for Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electrical, Indoor Air Quality, Water Quality, and Waterproofing services – emergency, maintenance, and replacement. Family owned and operated, President Tom Gillece innovated the Gillece “There The Same Day or You Don’t Pay!”* service policy, and “We Keep Your Home Working For You! SM” customer philosophy.

*Restrictions apply. Call for details.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Tom Gillece
Visit website