About Heath

Vision Statement

Be the energy industry leader in methane emissions detection to improve safety, health and the environment.

our mission

Provide innovative technologies and services for prevention, detection and quantification of hazardous emissions in the energy infrastructure.

Heath Consultants Incorporated is a third generation family-owned business that was founded in 1933 by Milton Heath Sr., who started out providing line clearing services to New England utilities. In later years Heath ended up researching and discovering what was causing the death of trees in Massachusetts through what later became the first known gas leak vegetation surveys. As the surveys proved highly effective at detecting leaks, Heath’s business grew and evolving customer needs led the company to expand and provide methane detection systems for gas suppliers.

Since then, Heath has expanded its products and services with the goal of becoming the world leader in utility protection and damage prevention. From portable gas detectors and confined space monitors to pipe and cable locators, Heath strives to provide the utility industry with the most innovative and cutting-edge products and instruments.

Heath’s Services Business Unit serves the upstream, midstream, and downstream oil and gas markets. Our extensive experience with gas leak investigation and inspections, underground utility damage prevention, meter reading/services and our rigorous training programs make Heath the most trusted name in utility services.

Our engineering and marketing experts on our research and development team keep up with ever-changing market demands to provide state-of-the-art services and products to each of our customers.

Core Values
  • Safety is our number one priority.
  • Communicate openly and honestly.
  • Approach all that we do with a sense of urgency.
  • Always do the right thing.
  • Treat others as you wish to be treated.
  • Strive for excellence in everything we do.
  • Provide an environment that nurtures growth and enjoyment.