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Strength Test - Pipe Lining - Comparing Iron, PVC, and Liner
Pipe Lining

Pipe Lining Strength Test

In this video we compare the strength of a lined pipe with the strength of a cast iron pipe and a pvc pipe. The video demonstrates that a cast iron pipe and a pvc pipe lack the structural integrity compared to a lined pipe.

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: May 2, 2017

The Pipe Lining Process
Pipe Lining

The Pipe Lining Process

In this video we show you the entire pipe lining process from start to finish. Also called “no–dig” technology, trenchless technology is a form of pipe lining that is much more efficient than other methods. Prior to the invention of trenchless pipe lining, the only real way to install new pipes was to cut and replace concrete which created complete destruction and a total mess…

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: May 2, 2017

Kitchen Plumbing Services
Plumbing

Grease Traps: Protect Your Restaurant’s Kitchen Pipes

Maintaining cleanliness as well as functionality is essential to running a successful restaurant kitchen. Not only do all areas of a restaurant need to be regularly and thoroughly sanitized, but the kitchen and all it’s industrial-sized equipment must be immaculate in order to stay up to code and prevent foodborne illnesses.

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: May 9, 2016

Pipe Lining Services
Plumbing

How to Trace a Leaking Pipe

Leaks can cause significant damage to your home over time, and they can also waste a lot of water, and thus waste a lot of money. In fact, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) a single drippy faucet can waste gallons of water just over the course of one month.

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: April 25, 2016

Slab Leaks
Plumbing, Slab Leak

Are Slab Leaks Preventable?

Slab leaks are more than simply an inconvenience. They can cause extensive damage to your home and result in very costly repairs. They happen when pipes located underneath your home’s concrete foundation start to leak, creating pressure until they damage your foundation. Unfortunately, once visible damage has occurred the chances are that the leak is extensive.

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: April 18, 2016