Okaloosa’s Pipeline Repair and Road Closures

Sep 30

Okaloosa’s Pipeline Repair and Road Closures

Residents of Okaloosa County, the City would like to inform you of pipeline repair going on in your neighborhood. The Road Division will be replacing storm water pipes at 3008 Bob White Drive and no through traffic will be permitted on Bob White Drive beginning today September 30th for approximately 3 weeks.  Anyone needing to access a Bob White Drive residence north of this closure should use the east entrance into Quail Run Subdivision (Quail Hollow Road) then turn back south from the north end of Bob White Drive.  The Water and Sewer Department has also implemented a plan for a rate change.  Okaloosa County Water and Sewer will have a 3.75% rate increase take effect on October 1. The rate increase is part of an approved Five-Year Rate Plan enacted by the Board of County Commissioners in September of 2011. Water and sewer fixed rates vary based on the size of the meter and the total usage. Okaloosa became the 52nd county in Florida on September 7, 1915 and was created from parts of Santa Rosa and Walton Counties. The purpose of Okaloosa County Government is to be responsive to citizens in providing an appropriate level of accessible services on a cost effective basis. Fundamental County values include the continual improvement of infrastructures. Perma-Liner Industries has great news!   We’ve got a profit making powerhouse in our inventory and it’s our 22 foot Perma-Main™ Top Gun Trailer system.  Training is included with this package deal and it’s our best ‘turn-key’ solution we have for you to replace a conventional dig.  This impressive system can rehabilitate 6”-10” diameter pipelines. It also comes with a zero down, no payment for 90 days offer.  Call us or go online to find out more. 1-866-336-2568 or...

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Rainy Season in Gainesville Keeps Sewer Lift Stations Busy

Sep 22

Rainy Season in Gainesville Keeps Sewer Lift Stations Busy

The seasonal rainfall has been at an all-time high in the City of Gainesville.  Last week, City workers needed to pump storm water out of the sewer system’s lift station.  Residents were informed by the City of the necessity for the late night work in order to keep their homes safe from a sewer backup.  The lift stations are in place to help pump wastewater from low to higher elevations.  Due to the heavy rains all spring and summer, the inflow of both storm and ground water in the collection system, immediate action is needed to prevent a release into commercial and residential properties.   The water that is pumped out of the lift stations by the trucks is then transported to another area with more capacity in the wastewater collection system.  There are two reclamation facilities in Gainesville where the water is then moved to.  A contributing factor to the infiltration is the population in the residential community which has grown in recent years.  Subsequently, the lift stations were not readily capable of handling the rapid growth.  There has also been a notable problem in the sewers with the improper disposal of items such as baby wipes, plastic bags, and diapers which has conclusively been a contributor to an inundated pump station. Perma-Liner Industries has great news!   We’ve got a profit making powerhouse in our inventory and it’s our 22ft Perma-Main™ Top Gun Trailer system.  Training is included with this package deal and it’s our best ‘turn-key’ solution we have for you to replace a conventional dig.  This impressive system can rehabilitate 6”-10” diameter pipelines. It also comes with a zero down, no payment for 90 days offer.  Call us or go online to find out more. 1-866-336-2568 or...

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Jul 02

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 you encounter a sewer problem during hurricane season, Perma-Liner can help! We offer “trenchless” alternative to digging, it is more cost effective, and can be done in a day’s time.  Call Perma-Liner today for more details at 866-336-2568 or visit our website...

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Don’t Miss Out Miami!

Jun 26

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. Related: trenchless lining, rtelining, perma liner, manhole to manhole, sewer repair, roots in the pipes, pipe line, reline, re pipes, water line rehab, sewer line rehab, sewer repairs, fixing the sewer, manhole repairs, perma main,...

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