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Perma-Liner™ Certified Installer Highlight | Benderson Development

Benderson Development, headquartered in University Park, Fla., recently teamed with Kimil Construction on a lining project at Hopkins Square Plaza in Williamsville, N.Y. The project lined 100’ of 4” main sewer line under the building slab at Hopkins Square Plaza. The cast iron main sewer line had deteriorated with age compromising the bottom of the pipe. This resulted in frequent sewer backups for several tenants in the plaza. The lining was performed, and five tenant laterals were reinstated using the

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Miami are you ready for the high winds and water damage of hurricane season? Looks like we may have one brewing in the Atlantic. Your pipes may not be prepared, our pipe-lining ages quicker than what we realize. Down here in Miami we have more going against our pipes than for the. Miami has elevated humidity, high water table, salt water (corrodes cast iron), flooding from tropical storm or hurricanes, and tree and plant roots that invade weakened pipes. If

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Don’t Miss Out Miami!

Don’t Miss Out Miami!

Miami, you are cordially invited to attend our next Perma-Liner US Tour stop in Louisville, Kentucky on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. This is only seven short weeks away! We will have live demonstrations, Perma-Liner representatives will be on hand to answer your questions, giving you one on one attention, and a chance to handle the equipment that your business will be using. Registration is Free, so Miami book your spot today, call us at 866-336-2568 or visit our website at www.perma-liner.com. [box type=”info”] Related: trenchless

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Don’t Wait Until a Hurricane Hits to Reline Your Sewers!

Don’t Wait Until a Hurricane Hits to Reline Your Sewers!

Hurricane season is here! Many sewers are being restored in Miami using the Perma-Main Lining System. Main lines can leak or corrode with age, time and hurricane damage. Since Miami is so close to sea level, relining is the most practical solution. User and environmentally friendly and cost effective this system only requires a small crew to reline any type of main.  Using the Top Gun system, it has the ability to invert 700 feet in one set up from

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Miami: Know your I & I Risk

Miami: Know your I & I Risk

Inflow and infiltration issues are mostly a seasonal problem for most places of the country. But, here in Miami with our location in the southern tip of Florida, our water table is four feet deep and 80% of our sewer mains are under water all the time. These factors cause a high occurrence of infiltration and inflow problems for our great city of Miami. Let’s review what infiltration and inflow is. Infiltration is defined as excess water that seeps or flows

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Trenchless Trade Shows are Coming to a City Near You

Trenchless Trade Shows are Coming to a City Near You

Did you know there is a better way to repair failing sewers without digging them up?   Miami and Tampa let’s represent Florida In Louisville, Kentucky!  Summer is here and the trade show season has arrived. On Wednesday, August 13th 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky. Come join Perma-Liner for a one day event, there will be live demonstrations on today’s trenchless technology. Our knowledgeable staff will provide PowerPoint Presentations and “LIVE” Demonstrations on Lateral Service Pipeline Rehabilitation, Sectional Pipeline Rehabilitation, and Lateral to Main

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In Miami the most common pipe line is cast iron

In Miami the most common pipe line is cast iron

In Miami the most common pipe line is cast iron.  Cast iron pipes were introduced to the United States in the nineteenth century, imported from Europe. Cast iron pipes were to replace wooden pipe lines and now sewer pipes range from cast iron, PVC, and clay. All of which at some time or another will need some type of repair. With cast iron being Miami’s most common pipe line it would surprise you to know it is the most common

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