Perma-Liner™ Industries trenchless products!

Perma-Liner™ Industries trenchless products!

Atlantic City, find out how to save time and money with Perma-Liner™ Industries trenchless products! Many contractors and municipalities are rehabilitating sewer mains using Perma-Liner™ Manhole Rehabilitation is saving cities time and money. This system is made to fit all manholes. The liner is a unique one-piece liner made to fit all manholes including barrel sections, eccentric and concentric cones constructed of brick and mortar, pre-cast or block. The Perma-Liner™ Manhole Rehabilitation system can reline chimney or full-depth manhole. Manhole

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New Jersey’s State League of Municipalities

New Jersey’s State League of Municipalities

In a week, Perma-Liner™ will be making its way to Atlantic City for the 98th Annual Conference for – New Jersey’s State League of Municipalities. Exhibitors are 98% booked and already have 650 exhibitors for this event.  This conference is the Highlight of the League’s activities of the year. Held each year in Atlantic City at the Atlantic City Convention Center this conference is held as a learning opportunity for more than 700 governments, commercial and association exhibits to introduce

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Drain & Sewer Problems in Atlantic City

Drain & Sewer Problems in Atlantic City

Contractors in cities like Atlantic City are expanding their clientele when it comes to drain and sewer problems!  Perma-Liner just finished a Trenchless Tour in Philadelphia and caught the attention of many neighboring city and states. Perma-Liner™ lining systems are in demand for their “no-dig” methods.  Homeowners would rather not create a mess with digging and replacing methods, choosing CIPP repairs these pipe lining installers are keeping busy! To become an installer to keep up with business call us today!  

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In Atlantic City the most common pipe line is cast iron.

In Atlantic City the most common pipe line is cast iron.

In Atlantic City 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 Atlantic City’s most common pipe line it would surprise you to know it is the

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