Miami: Know your I & I Risk

Jun 10

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 into old collection systems from surrounding soil causing them to sink or collapse. Inflow is additional  water that can enter from above ground sources for instance, rain water. Miami home or business owners may notice leaks in their roof, cellar, yard, or their foundation because of drains that are not appropriately connected to sanitary sewers. Any pipes, especially larger pipes under water are prone to buoyant forces that cause structural problems and complicate repair efforts. Miami, if you feel you might be at risk or have noticed changes in your pipes or foundation please call us at Perma-Liner 866-336-2568. Visit us on the...

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A Florida city is need of a storm and sewer makeover!

Sep 12

A Florida city is need of a storm and sewer makeover!

Miami pipe lining experts listen there are BIG projects in the making and need your expertise!  A Florida city is need of a storm and sewer makeover! Choosing CIPP rehabilitation methods for cost and labor savings this is still a lengthy project! With close to 1,100 feet of storm drain pipes ranging in various sizes in diameter and 3,500 feet of 8” sewers! This job will definitely need a Perma-Liner™ Certified Installer for the win! Miami contractors, if you would like to know more about project and how Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC representative can help, call today!...

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In Miami the most common pipe line is cast iron

Jul 29

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 pipe repaired! And this newest “no-dig” technology is the most popular as well. How do they do you ask? Pipe ling. Perma-Liner™ offers a range of trenchless pipe rehabilitation methods to repair any kind of sewer pipe in various conditions and age. Pipe lining repairs that range in size from 2″ to 102″ pipe diameters. A careful blend of established practices and new technology allows Perma-Liner to exercise a unique degree of versatility. If you live in Miami and would like to learn more about pipe lining and how it can save your pipes call us any time!...

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