Have you been experiencing sewer line or drain issues within your home for the last few weeks, months, or even years? Have you been told you need to do a major re-pipe? Our Perma-Liner, non-invasive solution may just be the answer to all your problems. Keep reading below and our Plumbing Today team will explain everything you need to know...
What Is Perma-Liner?
Perma-Liner is actually the leading manufacturer & supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation in North America. When it comes to equipment and materials, Perma-Liner requires no digging or excavation to repair sewer pipelining. This means that you no longer have to dig up your yard or flooring to tackle plumbing issues.
How Does It Work?
Now, this is the really exciting part! Perma-Liner utilizes a “pull-in place” method. Basically, instead of digging up old pipes for replacement, the Perma-Liner process first starts with our team cleaning out the original pipe. Then, our team will use a coated needle felt tube to insert it within the original pipe. The new pipe will be pulled into place within the old pipe, allowing the new pipe to seal off any cracks or holes the old pipe has incurred over time. We will complete a full inspection, and in less than two days, your pipes will be good as new without the hassle of digging up your home and yard. This saves you thousands on digging up floors, replacing floors, or digging up your yard and replacing your lawn and/or landscaping. With Perma-Liner, there is no major digging or excavation.
Why Do I Need It?
These key factors will decide if Perma-Liner is right for you.
Consider the following questions:
- Was my home built before 1990?
- Are multiple fixtures in my home experiencing backups recently?
- Is there any evidence of wastewater pooling in the backyard?
- Are my pipes filled with standing water?
If you answered yes to more than one of these questions, Perma-Liner will most likely benefit your home sooner rather than later.
Who Can Install It?
Our Plumbing Today professionals, of course! Our team is specifically trained to handle this type of plumbing operation and that’s why you might be new to hearing about it. Not every plumber is equipped or trained to handle this type of equipment, and therefore Perma-Liner is not as commonly known amongst homeowners. Luckily, our Plumbing Today team is built of team members that are not only educated on how to complete a trenchless sewer pipe repair, but we are eager to help get your home back on the right track!
How Do I Get Started?
It’s simple! Contact our Plumbing Today team at (833) 230-1914 to schedule a FREE estimate. One of our team members will visit your home to evaluate your pipes and provide a complimentary camera inspection. Learn more about a Perma-Liner evaluation and installation.
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